Customs gives Dominican poultry, pig farmers a 50% imports tax cut

Customs director Rafael Camilo yesterday said the 50% reduction on import fees for poultry and of pig farmers seeks to protect those sectors and cause lower prices of important staples for the Dominican population.
Tuesday 2 March 2010 (8 years 5 months 13 days ago)
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Customs director Rafael Camilo yesterday said the 50% reduction on import fees for poultry and of pig farmers seeks to protect those sectors and cause lower prices of important staples for the Dominican population.

“We’ve applied a 50% reduction in tariff payments on imports of raw material and machinery used to produce chicken and pork, as well as eggs, as a way to reduce production costs and maintain the local market prices on those mass consumption items," he said.

http://www.dominicantoday.com/dr/economy/2010/2/26/34942/Customs-gives-Dominican-poultry-pig-farmers-a-50-imports-tax-cut

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