Costa Rican producers are divided over the soya flour tax
The government is inclined to maintain the charge although it must analyze the proposal from producers to end it.
Friday, July 4, 2008
One group says the five percent import tax impedes fair competition; another says that it protects the industry.
Central American industrialists are requesting that the tariff on imports of the product be 0%, while a local company has requested that the fee be raised to 15%.
Nicaragua will eliminate the 35% tax on Colombian imports, which created a a disadvantage to local businesses compared to the rest of the region.
Guatemala will reactivate a lawsuit filed in 2006 for the elimination of tariffs on metallurgical products.
The Government sent a bill that would force local industries to buy national beans.
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