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The government of Argentina on 9 April 2015, introduced an updated list of "reference values" for exports of fresh grapes. For fresh grapes, the updated reference value for exports corresponds to a FOB value that ranges from USD 1.33 to USD 1.67 per kg for the mid-season and USD 1.33 to USD 1.80 per kg for the late season. The previous export reference values for fresh grapes (2014) were not distinguished based on a mid-season and late-season classification, as well as corresponding to a FOB value ranging from USD 1.45 to USD 1.82 per kg.
These updated reference values only refer to exports destined for: Germany, Belgium, Spain, France, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Malta, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, UK, Sweden, Finland, Hungary, Israel, Czech Republic, Romania, Russian Federation, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, South Africa, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The mid-season export reference prices refer to the exports occurring from 10-31 January 2015, while the ones for the late season to exports occurring from February 2015 onwards. In addition, the previous export reference values (2014) referred to the same countries to which the 2015 amendments refer to.
Nevertheless, the only countries with which Argentina had trades of over USD 1,000,000 in 2014 are Russian Federation, Netherlands, Brazil and Germany.
On 27 November 2017, the Argentina Federal Administration of Public Revenue eliminated all reference values on exports (please, see related state acts).
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