Conditional import of wheat with a tariff of 10% in 1995
Conditional import of wheat with a 10% tariff in 1995
Conditional import of wheat with a tariff of 10% in 1995; The deputy head of the Trade Development Organization said that the government board agreed to the conditional import of wheat according to the Ministry of Jihad, adding that the import of this product is possible with the permission of the Ministry of Jihad and a 10% tariff.
Mohammad Reza Maududi, stating that according to the decision of the government board, wheat import will be conditional in 1995, said: According to the arguments of the Ministry of Jihad Agriculture and the decision of the government board in the last days of 1994, wheat import is conditional in 1995 and if it is to be imported , Is subject to obtaining the necessary permits from the Ministry of Jihad Agriculture.
The Deputy Minister of Trade Development Organization of Iran added: “If the Ministry of Jihad-e-Agriculture agrees to import wheat, the import of this product is allowed with a 10% tariff, while the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade agrees to create any ban on the import of goods, including wheat.” Was not.
He added: “Based on the explanations given by the Ministry of Jihad-e-Agriculture in the cabinet meeting, the ministers decided to import wheat on a conditional basis in 1995, which means that if the Ministry of Jihad-e-Agriculture provides the necessary permits in this regard, then Imports will be done with a 10% tariff, but in any case, the amount of wheat imports depends on the needs of the country and the discretion of this ministry.
Meanwhile, Mahmoud Hojjati, Minister of Jihad for Agriculture, has said in recent days: “Due to the forecast of production and suitable reserves in 1995, we do not need to import wheat.”
Last winter, Mahmoud Hojjati, Minister of Jihad-e-Agriculture, wrote a letter to Minister of Industry, Mines and Trade Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh calling for a ban on wheat imports to the country in 1995, while the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade opposed the ban and called for continued imports. The tariff was 15 to 40 percent. Finally, in the last days of 1994, the government opposed the ban on wheat imports in 1995 and issued an import permit subject to a 10 percent tariff.