No Customs Clearance for Cargo of Bosch Home Appliances

November 26, 2020
finance & economy

T he appellate branch of the Court of Administrative Justice has ruled against an importer’s attempt to bring in 420 containers of home appliances of a European brand.

According to Ebrahim Naqdi, a senior official with the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration, a shipment of 420 containers of Bosch home appliances worth €12 million entered Shahid Rajaee Port in Bandar Abbas in the year ending March 2019, the same year the government banned the import of non-essential, luxurious goods with domestic counterparts (Group IV products) to prevent the outflow of forex resources.

“The importer filed a complaint with the Court of Administrative Justice against the Ministry of Industries, Mining and Trade and the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration, and wins the case in a lower court. The appellate branch of the court, however, ruled in favor of the customs administration,” he was quoted as saying by IRIB News.

Naqdi noted that IRICA only follows the policies set by the government.

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