Committee emphasized the economy and investment in the House of Representatives that the application of tariff law which the government deferred for several times will raise the value of the taxes that go into government treasury to $ 1.7 billion annually. (more…)
Posts Tagged ‘Mahma Khalil’
Tags: Economy of Iraq, House of Representatives, Iraq, khalil, Law, Mahma Khalil, Politics of Iraq, Tariff
Economic Committee: Parliament has not intention of canceling the zeros project as it is only postponed; Project has significant economic benefitsPosted: April 28, 2012 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Central bank, Central Bank Iraq, Council of Ministers, Currency, Iraq, Iraqi dinar, khalil, Mahma Khalil
Economic Commission confirms the parliamentary move structuring currency and delete zeros of
BAGHDAD – The Euphrates News confirmed the decision of the Economic Commission parliamentary Mahma Khalil further structuring of the Iraqi currency and delete zeros from them. and was scheduled to begin the process of removing zeros from the currency in the month of September next step to raise the price of Iraqi dinar against other currencies. (more…)
Khalil: the country is facing a international economic war; need to be addressed in order to preserve the safety of citizensPosted: February 9, 2012 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Baghdad, Economic Commission, Iraq, khalil, kurdistan, Mahma Khalil, Ministry of Industry, United States
Date: Thursday, 09.02.2012 8:51
Baghdad (news) .. Demanded the decision of the Economic Commission deputy / Kurdistan Alliance / Mahma Khalil federal government to activate a device standardization and quality control on the Iraqi border to curb entry of shoddy goods, foodstuffs, corrupt.
Khalil (of the Agency news) on Thursday: There is a war international economic waged by some States to Iraq through the export of their goods bad, food bad to him, what would hurt the health of the citizen.
He added, must move by the federal government and activating the control of customs towards the border crossing points to control the materials and goods entering the country in order to preserve public safety. (more…)