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Zebari: The government will impose taxes on mobile phones to cover the deficit and the draft 2015 bu

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Post by day dreamer Sat 13 Dec 2014, 8:38 am

Zebari: The government will impose taxes on mobile phones to cover the deficit and the draft 2015 budget will be presented next week
 
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13/12/2014 12:26
 
Awan / Baghdad 
Detection and Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari, on Friday, for asylum primary government for the first time to impose a tax on mobile phone sales to bridge the shortfall in the budget, and while noting that large numbers of the popular crowd did not receive their salaries, confirmed that the draft 2015 will be presented next week. 
Zebari said in an interview with Al-Arabiya and shared it with "time", that "the end of the draft 2015 budget next week will be presented to the Council of Ministers," likely to "be approved."
Zebari said that "the plan followed in the budget is the rationalization of expenditure and reduce costs and bridging the existing deficit, which reached 35 trillion Iraqi dinars," he said, adding that "for the first time Baghdad will resort to the imposition of taxes on mobile phone sales in addition to a host of other taxes to cover the deficit."
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Post by day dreamer Sat 13 Dec 2014, 9:10 am

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[ltr]BAGHDAD / Obelisk: the parliamentary finance committee suggested, the imposition of taxes on certain public services such as electricity, water, fuel and high customs fees on imports, especially electrical appliances, to reduce the budget deficit in 2015.
A member of the committee MP Ali Mohammed, said: "The problem about reducing unnecessary expenditure in the budget of the Ministerial Committee is considering the possibility of imposing taxes on some public services and raise the government support them, such as electricity, water and some oil derivatives, as well as the increase of customs duties on some imported items, especially electrical appliances, in order to reduce the fiscal deficit to balance next year. "
He added: "This measure will be temporary until the resumption of oil prices to rise and fill the budget deficit," likely that "the tax rate will be low so as not to affect the citizens."

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Post by day dreamer Sun 14 Dec 2014, 7:44 am

Congress considered taxing thing inevitable to cover the deficit in the budget

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[ltr]Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: A number of MPs, Sunday, that the imposition of taxes on mobile devices and mobile companies is necessary and important to bridge the budget deficit, and argued that the tax and customs have a big payoff for the state and would be economically tributary along with the oil.
 A member of Rep. Nora Albjara Economic Commission for "tomorrow Press", that "the government imposed taxes on the mobile phone is not quite a bit to keep up with the rest of the world, but taxing the current time affects low-income people, particularly the poor and the middle class," stating, "We not with actions that reflect negatively on the poor citizen. "
 Albjara and demanded to "impose taxes on high income earners, but this also is not commensurate with the current stage, the lack of statistical knowledge of the entry level of the people."
She added, "We have reported the existence of other taxes levied on electricity and water, so that this step must precede the provision of basic services to citizens in order to achieve the goal of saving energy taxes and therefore there is a payoff for the state."
 Albjara explained that "Iraq has not done so far by the religious tourism, especially our two provinces account for a large religious tourism, Vtfiel this side and to reduce high-income and special grades ensures fair salaries exceeded the fiscal deficit in the budget."
 She MP for the National Federation of the forces that "the resources of the country are exposed to loss significantly, due to the existence of the files of corruption."
For his part, said a member of the Finance Committee in the Parliament MP Massoud Rustam said that "tax and customs good fee possible that state revenues increase, in addition to the agricultural and industrial private sector sector, we demanded the government to take advantage of the rest of the sectors to fill the reservation," noting that "the government should impose taxes on mobile phone companies and significant funds will revert to the government. "
He added that "Iraq has ports and ports, border can be levied by millions if used and managed the government properly, but unfortunately not yet used correctly," explaining that "dependence on oil is never true, so the state privatization of the industrial sector and encourage the private sector." .
Rustam said that "taking taxes from mobile phone sales is good, and the State exploit all the resources and all sectors to clog made in the budget shortfall."
 For his part, explained the legal committee member Salim Shawki that "some countries consider any entry it Xiahh earn them big money, but the visit forty in Iraq ideological issue and the government considered it so, and did not take graphics to foreign visitors."
"The visit forties her past and attitudes in Iraq, on the other hand, the government did not take the drawings as a result of circumstance, which passes by the country and made the visitors come from all over the world for free as a challenge of terrorism and to show the world and the media that Iraq is still able to defeat terrorism and believes in millions visit, which was not taking place until Mecca. "
Shawki and stressed that "the coming days, after riding conditions will organize the visit and will be considered religious tourism will be the certain mooring for foreign visitors, but now there are exceptional circumstances," explaining that "taking the taxes on sales of mobile phones or phone companies mobile is good and it was inevitable since the time of collection taxes to benefit the state of the country's overall economy. "
Shawki said that "most of the mobile phone companies evade paying taxes, though there was a lawmaker for the forced state law firms to pay taxes and earned him more money," noting that "the government today are required to submit a special law firms mobile phones in order to proceed within the parliament to be a tributary another to make money. "
It is noteworthy that the state budget for the current year has not yet recognize ago that sent the government for nearly eight months to former House were not included on the agenda, while procrastinated previous Presidency for inclusion due to the lack of them political blocs agreement, nor that harassment continues while people wait for things to material related thereto, as well as the stalled projects.


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Post by Neno Sun 14 Dec 2014, 10:25 am

Amazing how the East is starting to turn like the West.
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Post by fonz1951 Sun 14 Dec 2014, 11:04 am

isn't it?
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Post by CITEX Tue 16 Dec 2014, 10:28 am

Yeah looks like they are picking up on Capitolism pretty quickly... if you cant raise overall taxes... hide them in a service everyone uses... like Gas, Phone service, cable TV, Hotels.. ect... ect... ect...
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Post by weslin3 Tue 16 Dec 2014, 11:32 am

And that makes some of them angry with the Western influence.  g&e

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