Argentina: Argentina’s Delay of Soybean Export Tax Reduction Unlikely

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This report provides overall information on regulations and standards for importing U.S. food and beverages into Argentina. However, Post recommends U.S. suppliers interested in the Argentine market to contact local importers to find out about specific rules and regulations that may apply to particular products. A new government took office in Argentina in December 2015, and since then it has implemented new measures towards a more open economy. The potential for U.S. food and agricultural exports to Argentina expanded greatly during 2017.

Argentina: Argentina’s Delay of Soybean Export Tax Reduction Unlikely

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