El Salvador: Exporters Give Up Incentives

Ten Salvadoran companies exporting to the Dominican Republic have agreed to forego the 6% subsidy in order to solve the trade issue between the countries.

Friday, September 24, 2010

Dominican Republic trade authorities had indicated that they would retain duties on various Salvadoran products as a response to the protectionist policies El Salvador provides its exporters.

"Most companies that export to the Dominican Republic gave up the 6% subsidy several days ago in order to avoid this problem and try to solve this conflict," confirmed Héctor Dada, Salvadoran Economy Minister, to Laprensagrafica.com.

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