Al-Qadissiya, calls for taxing imports and Diwaniyah Council holds Baghdad responsible for the absence of product shop

2016/06/09 (00:23 pm) - hits: 22 - (7761)

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Qadisiyah dairy factory management called in the city of Diwaniyah, local and federal Governments to enact laws for the protection of local products including taxation on imported goods, while stressing the quality of manufacture and free from preservatives, in Diwaniyah, the Central Government in the absence of local product markets despite "high quality".

The Director of Al-Qadisiyah dairy factory, Nicole Abbas Ahmed, in an interview for (range) that "factory produces several types of cheese and sour cream and ice cream and sterilized milk walmta and types of milk are free from preservatives, subject to standardization and quality control and laboratory tests, other than the goods that fill the domestic market".

He said that "rising prices of our products compared with imported food products, because of the high cost and lack of wages protection decisions and legislation of Central and local, with enter the rest of the goods without taxes and fees and not subject to standardization of tests or quality control, so the majority of them up within the same ad validity period," local and federal Governments to support national products through legislation and decisions that contribute to the protection of imported goods.

Said responsible for standardization and quality control in the Qadisiyah dairy plant, Iman Radi cute, (range) that "all products undergo from receiving milk from marketers, even access to the marketing phase to chemical laboratory tests, make sure no preservatives to maintain the health and safety of the consumer."

Turn cooker cheese Department explained at the factory, Ahmed Abed Jassim, in an interview for (range) that "factory need to support more than any other citizen, to buy local products will contribute to the development of the plant and production sections of new lines, especially under the financial crisis affecting the country."

For his part, Diwaniyah Council Member Iyad al-mayali, Vanguard (range) "my Government Baghdad and Diwaniya responsibility absence local product markets despite its high quality, competitive and comparable foreign importer particularly food industry", adding that "the possibility of the implementation of previous resolutions, including resolution similar to prevent the export of meat to outside the Prefecture adopted in Ramadan, which contributed to reduced prices drastically and immediately after the decision.

And between mayali "should outweigh domestic decisions on Central decisions and provincial Council stand firmly against imported products through local importers taxes when entering the boundaries of the bureaucracy," pointing out that "this will contribute to protecting our national and keep hard currency out of our markets, and promote the development of national industry in all sectors."

Includes Diwaniyah, four factories to the Government Ministry of industry of rubber and textile factory and brick plant-Diwaniya and Al-Qadisiyah dairy factory, employing thousands of staff.

He was Minister of industry and minerals, Mohamed Al-daradji, confirmed in (22 November 2015) that Iraq produced 271 article, and explained a campaign to hit Iraqi industry, counting the exit of hard currency from Iraq and diverted to consumer goods will lead to the collapse of the country's economy.

The Ministry of industry and minerals, announced (25 November 2015) Cabinet approval by the forty-fifth meeting, to activate the resolution obliges all government ministries and agencies to purchase products of their companies.