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    Ports emphasizes the accumulation of goods on the shelves because of the customs tariff

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    Ports emphasizes the accumulation of goods on the shelves because of the customs tariff Empty Ports emphasizes the accumulation of goods on the shelves because of the customs tariff

    Post by Rocky Tue 02 Feb 2016, 10:03 am

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    Our economy / Basra

    State Company for Iraqi ports in Basra announced that large quantities of various types of imported goods accumulated in the commercial ports because of the reluctance of traders out as a result of increased tariffs.

    The director of the Department of Information and Public Relations in the company Anmar Abdul Moneim net in a statement seen by the agency of our economy News, said that "the majority of imported goods by commercial ports are not taken out of them, which led to the accumulation of large amounts of cargo within the port because traders refrain from customs clearance for refusing to increase the tariff, "noting that" traders are delaying the output of their goods because they expect the government to back down on the application of the tariff law, as happened a few months ago. "

    Safi said that "the majority of the various goods stacked in buffered ports in containers for shipping, as there are in the commercial port stronghold 32 refrigerated truck loaded with a large amount of perishable food items," adding that "the traders responsible for the import consignment also refuse to take it out of the port for not accepting fees new customs. "

    Net and stressed that "the General Company for Ports is not responsible for customs procedures," noting that "increase the tariff damaged ports and caused job losses for the company in light of the low numbers of migrant ships."
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