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    Next week.. New recommendations on the table of the Ministerial Council for Economy - Urgent

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    Post by Rocky Thu 23 Feb 2023, 2:01 pm

    Next week.. New recommendations on the table of the Ministerial Council for Economy - Urgent
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    Baghdad today-Baghdad
    Next week, the Ministerial Council of Economy is looking forward to reviewing new recommendations to improve the business environment and developments in economic conditions.
    The media office of the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani, stated in a statement received by "Baghdad Today", that he "presided over the fourth meeting of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and the Association of Iraqi Banks, in the presence of the Governor of the Central Bank and government financial agencies and departments; taxes, customs, border crossings and trade fairs."
    The statement indicated that "the meeting witnessed a review of a number of recommendations related to improving the work environment, which will be presented next week to the Ministerial Council for Economy, deliberation on developments in the economic conditions in Iraq, follow-up on laws, recommendations and directives issued, and the level of their implementation by the concerned institutions."
     
    In addition to reviewing the "electronic declaration and networking system project in detail, and discussing the directives that were implemented during the meeting chaired by the Prime Minister more than ten days ago, with the team in charge of implementation, where he praised the project that will secure the work of border crossings and simplify the procedures that will be done electronically." It prevents fraud and fraud, and limits money laundering and customs evasion.
     
     The meeting also witnessed "discussing what has been implemented regarding communication with importers of medical devices, and submitting proposals on facilitating procedures in terms of importing and manufacturing medicine," while the proposals included "reducing customs tariffs for a number of raw materials for medicines and medical supplies, secondary packaging materials for medicines, and medical supplies." And machines, production lines, and laboratory and medical devices, with raising the customs tariff on imported medicines that are similar to what is produced locally.
     
    The meeting discussed the issue of joint operating contracts between private sector companies and the General Company for Iraqi Ports, and the most important steps that were taken in this regard, which included field visits to the company, and the process of auditing the fees and wages that are charged.
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