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    Angry traders are closing the gates of the port of Umm Qasr to protest the law of customs tariff

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    Angry traders are closing the gates of the port of Umm Qasr to protest the law of customs tariff Empty Angry traders are closing the gates of the port of Umm Qasr to protest the law of customs tariff

    Post by Rocky Mon 08 Feb 2016, 7:22 am

    Angry traders are closing the gates of the port of Umm Qasr to protest the law of customs tariff

    2/8/16

    Dozens of traders and importers of goods and workers in the port of Umm Qasr, south-west of the port of Basra in front of the gate to protest the decision to apply the customs tariff in the southern ports and not to be applied in the Kurdistan region with outlets deliberately demonstrators to close the gates of the port generally entering and leaving the port.

    A number of traders port of Umm Qasr to tow Radio reporter that the presence in the place of the demonstration that the application of the customs tariff law behind the negative traces of Basra province and the accumulation of goods and higher prices in the markets.

    Among the demonstrators that the decision to apply the customs tariff has led to commercial traffic stops as well as the establishment of investment companies operating in Iraqi ports procuring daily wage for each container parked and did not come out of the harbor of $ 30 for each container.

    He pointed to the protesters that if the federal government's insistence on the application of the customs tariff law, the merchants will join a sit-in in front of the port gate open and close it generally everyone.

    Traders confirmed that they are unable to pay the required fees but will reflect negatively on importers to raise wages of their goods to the citizens who will be the first of this law affected the fact that all goods will rise in value markets.

    In the meantime, joined the demonstrators traders ports traders from Safwan border outlet who have confirmed to Radio tow stop adjacent to the State of Kuwait port and a strike by traders for the introduction of imported their goods because of the imposition of customs tariff law, which more than 30% and excludes only goods entering the expense of the federal government, demanding the need to apply the the law fairly and circulated to all ports and the fact that the citizen suit that Iraq is the country of the consumer and not productive.

    To a number of truck drivers he said the cargo arrived at the port playing importers to pay customs duties and their own because of the altitude, leading to stop their work and delaying inside the port for more than 15 days, demanding the authorities concerned need to intervene and stop the suffering caused by cutting their daily bread.

    For his part, the General Company for Iraqi Ports Director of Information ENMaR net accumulation of hundreds of containers loaded with various goods and lower financial revenues of the company due to the application of tariff Alkmarki law in the southern ports.

    Safi said in a statement to Radio tow the General Company for Ports of Iraq conducted correspondences affairs official with the transport minister was quoted by the image and the case stalled ports since the decision to apply the law of customs tariff.

    The protesters said the radio reporter tow that they will renew their demonstration tomorrow morning if you are not responding to their demands regarding demonstration took place amid tight security measures by the leadership responsible for securing the port area of ​​Umm Qasr naval force.


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