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Ferrous Waste & Scrap, Remelt Scrap Iron/Steel Ingot

EAC: Introduction of export restrictions on scrap metal

Measure #10477 | Published 27 Nov 2015 | Inception 29 Jun 2010 ▲

Description

On 29 July 2010 the East African Community (EAC) Gazette announced under legal notice number EAC/16/2010 the amendment of the East African Community Customs Management Act 2004, the Third schedule, Part B (Restricted Goods) to include: “used

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Egypt: New export duty for several kinds of metal scrap

Measure #10127 | Published 16 Oct 2015 | Inception 14 Sep 2014 ▲

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On 9 September 2014 the Egyptian official gazette published a decree setting a new export duty for several kinds of copper, lead, ferrous waste, aluminium waste and zinc ranging from 650-7500 EGP per ton depending on the product. 

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Russian Federation: VAT-exempted imports of certain medical equipment

Measure #10083 | Published 15 Oct 2015 | Inception 30 Sep 2015 ▲

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On 30 September 2015 the Russian Government approved Decree No. 1042. It has exempted from the payment of VAT the imports of a list of medical goods.

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South Africa: Increased domestic price preference on steel and aluminium scrap exports

Measure #9891 | Published 23 Sep 2015 | Inception 13 Feb 2015 ▲

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On 13 February 2015, South Africa increased the domestic price preference on aluminium scrap to 25% and steel and stainless steel scrap to 30% from originally 20%. The price reduction for all other scrap metals remains unaltered at 20%.

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Afghanistan: Introduced export duties on scrap metal and waste

Measure #9529 | Published 6 Sep 2015 | Inception 1 Jul 2010 ▲

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On 1 July 2010 entered into force Letter “Sales of scrap metals” of the Ministry of Finance of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. It introduced export duties on certain goods of scrap metal and waste.

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Tajikistan: Abolition of duty-free imports of certain goods from Ukraine

Measure #9642 | Published 18 Aug 2015 | Inception 3 Aug 2012 ▲

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On 3 August 2012 was approved Decree No. 400 of the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan. It approved two lists of goods to be removed from the existing free trade regime with Ukraine.

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Russian Federation: Decreased export duties on certain seafood, wood and metals

Measure #9577 | Published 8 Aug 2015 | Inception 1 Sep 2015 ▲

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As of September 1st, 2015 (according to Government Decree No. 786 of August 4th, 2015), the Russian Government decreases the export customs duties of major Russian export seafood, wood and metal goods. 

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UK: Support through Export Working Capital Scheme widened

Measure #9547 | Published 3 Aug 2015 | Inception 31 Aug 2015 ▲

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 On 10 July 2015, the UK Export Finance authority announced it would expand its eligibility of its Export Working Capital Scheme to include also direct supply chains of UK-based exporters.  

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UK: Introduction of the Export Refinancing Facility

Measure #9545 | Published 3 Aug 2015 | Inception 30 Apr 2014 ▲

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On 30 April 2014, the UK government launched its Export Refinancing Facility (ERF) with a volume of GBP 5 billion and the aim to allow UK exporters to provide favourable financing conditions to overseas customers.  

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Canada: Repayable contribution to Essar Steel Algoma

Measure #9534 | Published 2 Aug 2015 | Inception 24 Jul 2015 ▲

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Bryan Hayes, Member of Parliament for Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario announced on July 24, 2015 that FedDev Ontario will provide a repayable contribution of up to $30 million to Essar Steel Algoma through the Advanced Manufacturing Fund.

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