Nicaragua cuts tariffs in bid to control prices
Nicaragua's government reduced or abolished tariffs on imports of several basic consumer products in an effort to keep prices under control.
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Panama has abolished import tariffs on tea, garlic, mustard, spices and seasonings while they remain in force for rice, corn, dairy products and chicken.
Central American trade authorities authorized Guatemala to impose zero tariffs on 10 products as a contingency measure.
Out of a 121 tariff lines modified, 82 were lowered, including cement, tuna, sardine and codfish.
Faced with potential bean shortages, the government has permitted an additional bean variety to be imported.
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