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.
Opposents of the the tax have asked the Government to get rid of it as part of a policy for dealing with the world food crissis. They say this will at least provide some relief from the high soyabean prices.



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