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On 7 July 2010 the government of the Republic of Kazakhstan approved Decree No. 520 of 7 June 2010. It introduced export duties on a number of goods.
Export duty rates are calculated in USD values per tonne on the following products: crude oil (USD 60); specific light, middle and heavy distillates as well as diesel fuel (USD 168.88); specific types of gasoil, specific types of liquid fuel, lubricants, refined petroleum products, specific bitumen products as well as bituminous mixtures.
Export duties are levied in EUR per tonne on the following products: raw hides or skins from bovine, sheep and other animals (EUR 500 (ca. USD 547)).
Export duties are calculated in percentage terms with minimum charges per tonne on the following products: wool not carded or combed, fine or coarse animal hair, waste or wool or animal hair as well as animal hair fermented raw materials (10%, minimum euro 50 (ca. USD 55) per tonne); raw stock ingots (15%, minimum euro 20 (ca. USD 22) per tonne); specific railway or the like steel products (20%, minimum euro 20 (USD 22) per tonne); copper waste and scrap (30%, minimum euro 330 (ca. USD 361) per tonne); aluminium alloy products- for aircraft engines, of aluminium-beryllium lďgatwrasinan as well as aluminum waste and scraps (15%, minimum euro 100 (ca. USD 109) per tonne); aluminum alloys in molten or liquid form (3%, minimum euro 22 (ca. USD 24) per tonne); parts of railway of the like (20%, minimum euro 15 (ca. USD 16) per tonne).
This decree was amended by several resolutions (see related measures) and abolished by Decree No. 829 of 15 October 2015.
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