Reducing export duties on sheep leather, salami and vet blue products
Reduction of export duties on leather products, salambour and sheep wool blue, after the follow-up of the leather and salambour producers union, the Economic Council finally agreed to reduce the export duties on leather products, salambour and sheep wool.
According to Ibfon, after eight months of bargaining between exporters and the Ministry of Jihad for Agriculture, the Economic Council decided to reduce the export duties on salambour and sheep’s poultry. This year, 5 percent for sheep veto is fixed at 10 percent, and goat salambour from 30 percent to 10 percent.
This decision was taken after two years of visits by the Union of Manufacturers and Exporters of Salambour and Leather and the Ministry of Jihad Agriculture to cancel the duties on livestock products (Salambour and Vetbo) and despite repeated objections from the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade; Due to the impact of the tolls, the price of skin has decreased and its cost has been imposed on meat consumers, while supporting the country’s livestock and preventing the burial of harvested skins in low-income and deprived provinces is also pursued by the Ministry of Jihad Agriculture. Been.
It is worth mentioning that the Union of Manufacturers and Exporters of Salambour and Leather sent a letter to the First Vice President late last year, requesting a change in the export duties of Salambur and Vetbolo, and announced that the export of these products would be stopped in 1996 if the export duties were not reduced.
Saeed Shadkam, a member of the board of directors of the Union of Leather and Salambour Manufacturers and Exporters, said last year, referring to the delay of the Ministry of Industry, emphasizing the need for the government to determine the final duty on leather and salamander exports next year. Exports will increase, but the imposition of tariffs has so far led to a sharp decline in exports, and the continuation of the current trend will lead to a halt and a sharp decline in salambour and leather exports.