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Guatemala Ditches Import Tax On US Chicken Meat

by Mike Godfrey, Tax-News.com, Washington

18 April 2017


Guatemala has ditched its 12 percent tax on chicken meat imported from the US, Ruben Morales, the Minister of Economy, has confirmed.

He said the decision was due to complaints from consumers about rising prices.

Guatemala launched discussions with the US on reducing the import tax in February.

TAGS: tax | export duty | Guatemala | United States | import duty | Economy

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