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The whales of the Ministry of Industry import Chinese goods and stamp “Made in Iraq” on them

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The whales of the Ministry of Industry import Chinese goods and stamp “Made in Iraq” on them Empty The whales of the Ministry of Industry import Chinese goods and stamp “Made in Iraq” on them

Post by rocky Tue 06 Dec 2022, 6:37 am

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Baghdad / Obelisk: The researcher and academic, Abbas Abboud, revealed the marketing of imported Chinese goods bearing a label (Made in Iraq), in state departments.
Abboud said in a tweet on Twitter, which was followed by the obelisk, that Chinese industries are imported by merchants in agreement with whales in the Ministry of Industry. A label made in Iraq is placed on them to be marketed to state departments as a local industry according to the required specifications.
Engineer Jacob Al-Khidr explained that customs brokers are one of the most important tools of corruption, and many of them have inflated their money and have become whales.
Industrial fraud and corrupt goods have become a feature of the Iraqi market in the absence of censorship.
According to information, more than 55% of imported goods do not conform to specifications and are not safe for the Iraqi consumer, as these goods enter through smuggling, rampant corruption at border crossings, or fraud inside Iraq through specialized mafias.
Thousands of Iraqi factories have closed their doors since 2003 due to competition from foreign goods.
Although Iraq enacted several laws in 2010, including the customs tariff law, consumer protection, competitiveness, and the prevention of commodity dumping, all of them are still inactive until now.
And it revealed information about the existence of large corruption and forgery operations in the cargo documents in the Iraqi ports, through cooperation with some corrupt employees, as the Iraqi ports are mired in corruption and forgery operations.
The forgery is done by changing its validity date and by forging the certificate of origin of the country that manufactured the goods.
Iraqi laws and international agreements that Iraq had signed stipulated combating commercial fraud and counterfeiting, but any effect of these laws and agreements is still absent.
The Trademarks and Trademarks Law No. (21) of 1957, as amended in Article (35), Part Six (Offenses and Penalties), stipulates imprisonment for a period of no less than one year and no more than five years and a fine for anyone who forges a legally registered trademark or imitates it in a manner intended to Including deceiving the public or using in bad faith a forged or imitated trademark.
And the journalist, Maysa Al-Saad, wrote on Twitter: “Cheating was not limited to the gold industry, but rather went beyond that to the silver industry in Iraq.”
The Academy suggests Dr. Basman Al-Moussawi, starting the implementation of the development plan in the industrial sector in Iraq, because this will achieve new employment opportunities in factories and contribute to the elimination of unemployment.
Prepared by Sajjad Al-Khafaji
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