Editorial date: 2019/2/19 14:12
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The import taxes of cars increased after the unification of customs tariffs in Iraq by 15%.
“Following the unification of the customs tariff, there has been a 30 percent change in the collection of taxes on goods and goods,” said Syroan Hussein, head of media and relations at the Haj Omran international crossing between Iraq and Turkey.
“There are no significant changes in tax collection, but the changes included some goods,” Hussein said.
According to the information received from the customs of Haj Omran crossing, the collection of taxes on high-priced cars such as Land Cruiser and Mercedes increased by 15%.
For his part, said Majid Jalal, a member of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Erbil in a press statement, “Unification of customs tariffs in Iraq and the Kurdistan region will not have a direct impact on the movement of the market and the level of import and export in the region.”
“Even if there is an impact in the future, it will not be significant, leading to a rise or fall in the price of goods and commodities, and this will be clarified in the future.