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Egypt puts import tariffs on sugar, steel rebar

Geneva, December 6, 2012

Egypt has notified the World Trade Organization (WTO) that it has imposed additional tariffs on raw and white sugar and steel rebar for 200 days from December 2, to protect domestic producers from a surge in imports, WTO filings showed on Wednesday.

Egypt imposed a "provisional safeguard measure" of 17 per cent of the CIF value of raw sugar imports, or a minimum of 591 Egyptian pounds ($96.60) per tonne, and 20 percent on white sugar, or a minimum of 713 pounds per tonne. On steel rebar, the tariff was 6.8 per cent and not less than 299 pounds per tonne.

Developing countries are exempt from the additional tariffs as long as their imports do not exceed three percent of Egypt's total imports each or nine percent collectively.-Reuters

 




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