Burma: Burma Reduces List of Products that Require Import Licenses

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In October 2020, the Ministry of Commerce published notification 68/2020, which reduced the number of tariff lines that require an import license. As of December 1, 2020, 689 tariff lines no longer require an import license. However, 3,931 tariff lines, including the majority of U.S. agricultural exports to Burma, still require an import license.

Burma: Burma Reduces List of Products that Require Import Licenses

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