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Brazilian import tax on onions, up from 10 to 25%
Time: 2017/12/18 16:41:33 -
   In 2018, the import tax on onions entering Brazil will be increased from 10 to 25%. This is because there is allegedly unfair competition from Dutch onions. In order to comply with the MERCOSUL external tariff of 10% by 2021, this tax will be gradually decreased.
            
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