Panama: More Incentives for Agro

A bill proposes extending to the agribusiness sector the incentives outlined in Law 28, such as exemption from export tax and import of raw materials.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

From a statement issued by from the National Assembly:

Extending the benefits of Law 28 of 1995 on the organization of production incentives, better known by its initals (in Spanish) ROI, was proposed through a bill put forward by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

While waiting for the elaboration of a project to implement an industrial policy for Panama, this proposal has been put forward requesting the extension of ROI, basically related to the exemption from export tax, and incentives for importing raw materials.



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