Türkiye canceled duties on imports of plums, onions, chickpeas from Uzbekistan

Published Jun 25, 2023

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Turkey and Uzbekistan have signed a Preferential Trade Agreement that eliminates customs duties on various goods imported from Uzbekistan. The Ministry of Trade has published an order specifying tariff quotas for specific Uzbek goods, such as onions, peas, and plums, which will have their customs duty set to zero. These changes will take effect starting July 1, 2023.
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As part of the Preferential Trade Agreement signed between Turkey and Uzbekistan, customs duties on imports of a number of goods from Uzbekistan were abolished, reports. The order on the application of tariff quotas for the import of certain types of goods originating from the Republic of Uzbekistan, prepared by the Ministry of Trade on the basis of a presidential decree, was published in the government's official gazette - Resmi Gazete. Accordingly, within the framework of the Preferential Trade Agreement signed between Turkey and Uzbekistan, the tariff quotas applied to the import of a number of goods originating from Uzbekistan have been adjusted. See also: Banana prices in Uzbekistan fell by 12% in a week In particular, the document provides for the abolition of ...
Source: Eastfruit
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