Criteria and import tariffs for 9 items of agricultural goods were changed
Criteria and import tariffs for 9 items of agricultural goods were changed. The Council of Ministers approved amendments to the executive regulations of the Customs Affairs Law regarding the import of 9 items of agricultural goods. According to the Mehr correspondent, the Council of Ministers amended the executive regulations of the Customs Affairs Law on 9 items of agricultural goods in its meeting on 12 December this year. The text of this resolution is as follows:
The Cabinet approved the Ministry of Jihad Agriculture on the proposal of No. 2559/020 dated May 27, 1995, citing Article 138 of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran:
The executive regulations of the Law on Customs Affairs, the subject of the approval letter dated March 20, will be amended as follows:
1- The following text is added to Note 82 as Note 2 and the previous note is considered as Note 1:
Note 2: In the case of agricultural goods subject to the Law on Concentration of Duties and Powers Related to the Agricultural Sector in the Ministry of Jihad Agriculture, the deadline for issuing products obtained from the date of issuance of the clearance document is six months and can be extended for another six months at the discretion of the working group. .
2- The following text is added to Article 87 as Note 2 and the previous note is considered as Note 1:
Note 2: Regarding those agricultural goods subject to the law of concentration of duties and powers related to the agricultural sector in the Ministry of Jihad Agriculture, where there is a difference between domestic and foreign prices or is subject to prohibition or restriction, if the obligation is not fulfilled within the deadline, Definitive imports in compliance with this regulation will be subject to the payment of commercial interest equivalent to the following table and in compliance with paragraphs A, B and C below:
A- Importers who have exported 70% of the weight of the imported cargo, if they request the conversion of the remaining to definitive import, are subject to 70% of the commercial profit based on the above-mentioned tariffs.
B- In case of establishing any kind of difference or duty by the legal authorities for the definitive import of the above-mentioned items, when the temporary import license of those items becomes final, in addition to paying the specified commercial interest, it will be subject to payment of the difference or related duties.
C- The Ministry of Jihad-e-Agriculture will propose the commercial profit of the above-mentioned items every year to convert the temporary import license into a final one, and after the legal approval process, the Trade and Customs Development Organization of Iran will be notified for action.
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