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Kazakhstan: Joint investment projects of the State Holding "Baiterek" and the Bank of China

Measure #9798 | Published 14 Jan 2016 ▲

Description

An official press release of the "National Agency for Technological Development" of the Republic of Kazakhstan reports arrangements reached during the state visit of the President Mr Nursultan Nazarbayev to China.

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Eurasian Economic Union: Introduced possibility to temporary withdraw national treatment in public procurement

Measure #10800 | Published 29 Dec 2015 ▲

Description

On 23 November 2015 the Council of the Eurasian Economic Commission approved Decision No. 69. It introduces a workflow on how the Eurasian Economic Commission will consider the notifications concerning a new public procurement rule.

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[+ 54 more sectors]

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Argentina: Introduction and subsequent termination of Prior Sworn Declaration Statements for Imports

Measure #10748 | Published 13 Dec 2015 | Inception 1 Feb 2012 ▲

Description

On 1 February 2012, Argentina’s Federal Administration of Public Revenues enacted Resolution 3252/2012.

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[+ 11 more sectors]

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India: Interest Equalisation Scheme - interest subsidy for exporters announced

Measure #10736 | Published 12 Dec 2015 | Inception 1 Apr 2015 ▲

Description

 On 18 November 2015, the Indian Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved an Interest Equalisation Scheme (earlier known as the Interest Subvention Scheme) that essentially provides an interest rate subsidy on Pre & Post Shipment Ru

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[+ 12 more sectors]

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[+ 401 more tariff lines]

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Malaysia: Introduction of export license requirements for a large number of goods

Measure #10392 | Published 18 Nov 2015 | Inception 1 Mar 2013 ▲

Description

On the 1 March 2013 the Customs (Prohibition of Exports) Order 2012 came into effect. The Order consists of three schedules of which schedule two is applicable under the GTA excise.

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[+ 5 more sectors]

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[+ 88 more tariff lines]

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Ecuador: The introduction of an import duty for Peruvian and Colombian products

Measure #10373 | Published 15 Nov 2015 | Inception 5 Jan 2015 ▲

Description

According to numerous and consistent press reports, on 5 January 2015 the government of Ecuador introduced a temporary duty of 7 percent for imports originating from Peru and of 21 percent for imports originating from Colombia.

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[+ 3 more sectors]

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Kazakhstan: State support for small and medium enterprises

Measure #10312 | Published 5 Nov 2015 | Inception 13 Feb 2009 ▲

Description

On 13 February 2009 the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan approved Resolution No. 148 “On some measures to support small and medium-sized businesses and to stabilise the situation on the properties' market”. 

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India: Additional products added under merchandise exports incentive scheme

Measure #10280 | Published 31 Oct 2015 | Inception 29 Oct 2015 ▲

Description

On 29 October 2015, the Indian Ministry of Commerce & Industry added additional products for incentives under the Merchandize Exports Incentive Scheme (MEIS).

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[+ 9 more sectors]

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[+ 366 more tariff lines]

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UK: Compensation scheme for energy-intensive industries

Measure #10245 | Published 26 Oct 2015 | Inception 1 Apr 2013 ▲

Description

On 21 May 2014, the European Commission approved the British compensation scheme for energy-intensive industries.

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Egypt: Reduction of import duty for several products

Measure #10234 | Published 24 Oct 2015 | Inception 29 Jan 2009 ▲

Description

On 29 January 2009 the Egyptian Government decided to reduce import duty for several products up to 10%. Products that had initially been subject to a duty of 2 % may now be imported duty free.    

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[+ 8 more sectors]

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[+ 88 more tariff lines]

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