ANNOUNCEMENT 27 Jan 2009

In January 2009, the government of Argentina announced a change in import duties.

NUMBER OF INTERVENTIONS

1

  • 1 harmful
  • 0 neutral
  • 0 liberalising

SOURCE



Nota Externa 01/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (27 January 2009).

Nota Externa 02/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (27 January 2009).

Nota Externa 04/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (2 February 2009).

Nota Externa 05/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (6 February 2009).

Nota Externa 06/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (6 February 2009).

Nota Externa 08/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (5 February 2009).

Nota Externa 14/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (11 February 2009).

Nota Externa 20/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (3 March 2009).

Nota Externa 21/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (9 March 2009).

Nota Externa 24/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (17 March 2009).

Nota Externa 28/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (30 March 2009).

Nota Externa 33/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (21 April 2009).

Nota Externa 38/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (12 May 2009).

Nota Externa 47/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (5 June 2009).

Nota Externa 54/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (18 June 2009).

Nota Externa 57/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (1 July 2009).

Nota Externa 61/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (7 July 2009).

Nota Externa 65/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (14 July 2009).

Nota Externa 66/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (14 July 2009).

Nota Externa 70/2009 de la Direcci?n General de Aduanas. (14 July 2009).

Managed Exports and the Recovery of World Trade: The 7th GTA Report (Chapter 4, p. 55): http://www.globaltradealert.org/managed-exports-7th-gta-report

2014 National Trade Estimate Report on Foreign Trade Barriers (pp. 20-21): http://www.ustr.gov/about-us/press-office/reports-and-publications/2014-NTE-Report


Inception date: 27 Jan 2009 | Removal date: open ended
Still in force

Import tariff

In a variety of sectors, the Argentinian government has introduced reference prices for imported products from specified regions. Through consecutive notifications and starting in January 2009, the Argentine customs authority has regulated imports in sectors such as yarn and textiles, leather produce, glass, basic metals as well as in furniture and electronic equipment.
 
Argentina introduced reference values of precautionary nature forimportedgoodsinJune2005(inSpanish:valorescriteriodecarácterpreventivo).Thestatedpurposeistostrengthencustomscontrolandpreventunder-invoicing. Importersarerequired toprovideguaranteesforthedifferenceindutiesandtaxesifthedeclaredpriceofanimport islowerthanitsreferenceprice(see 7th GTA Report and 2014 National Trade Estimate Report).A list with all current import reference prices can be consulted under:www.afip.gov.ar/aduana/valoracion/valores.criterios.pdf