RUSSIA: New import tax on butter, margarine and poultry
The Russian commission on protective measures in foreign trade yesterday [Monday] decided to impose special duties on imported butter, margarine and poultry. German Gref, the Russian Economic Development and Trade Minister, reported that the special duties will be in place until at least the end of the year to bolster the domestic food industry in the face of the currently high level of imported products.
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