Argentine government reduces export tariffs on new products from regional economies

Updated Jun 29, 2021
"Within the set of public policies that the national agricultural portfolio has been carrying out in conjunction with other Ministries with the objective entrusted to us by President Alberto Fernández of stimulating the competitiveness of regional economies, the process of reducing export rights for the sector's products is one of them, and we are doing it with great fiscal responsibility, choosing products that do not impact domestic prices and that generate work and added value”, said Luis Basterra, minister of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Argentina, on the measurement. He added: "Regional economies play a strategic role because they generate high added value, are labor intensive and are rooted in the territories where they are developed, so our role implies supporting them to continue promoting social and territorial equity." At the time, products from the following networks were addressed: beekeeping, eggs, seeds, spices, packaged products (rice, peanuts, pisingallo ...
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