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A promising opportunity for Egyptian exports of olives to Spain after America imposed customs duties on it

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Egypt
Spain
Tunisia
Tanzania
Published Dec 11, 2020

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Walid Ramadan, head of the Egyptian Commercial Office in Spain, said that Egypt has promising opportunities to export olives to Spain, especially after the US sanctions and imposing 25% additional customs duties on exports of Spanish olives to America, and Spain turned to import from many countries to search for another source of olives and reprocess them. It has and exported it to America without customs duties due to the difference in the origin of the product that it exports as an alternative to the Spanish olives imposed on fees for the United States.

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Walid Ramadan, head of the Egyptian Commercial Office in Spain, said that Egypt has promising opportunities to export olives to Spain, especially after the US sanctions and the imposition of 25% additional customs duties on exports of Spanish olives to America, and Spain turned to import from many countries to search for another source of olives and reprocess them. It has and exported it to America without customs duties due to the difference in the origin of the product it exports as an alternative to Spanish olives imposed on fees to the United States, and it began importing from Tunisia by providing its needs, but there is a crisis facing it, which is that Tunisia has a quota in exporting only 56 thousand tons to Europe without customs and more than This quantity applies a large customs duty. Ramadan added during a symposium of the Food Industry Export Council on the opportunities for developing Egyptian food exports to Spain via video conference in cooperation with the ...
Source: Youm7
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