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The fruit sector demands urgent measures

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Core Tip: The entities that account for more than 90% of Argentina's fresh fruit exports expressed their deep concern about the lack of response from the national government.
The entities that account for more than 90% of Argentina's fresh fruit exports expressed their deep concern about the lack of response from the national government. "We are experiencing a terminal crisis and need urgent measures," they said.

Each sector's competitiveness tables, Federcitrus (citrus), CAFI (pears and apples), ABC (blueberries), and CAPCI (cherries) requested eliminating export duties, among other measures. The reinstatement of export rights and the decrease in reimbursements, accompanied by increasing internal costs, strongly hit the activities that are the driving force of our country's regional economies, they stated.

Fruits were taxed with a maximum of $4, a situation that the Government itself recognized was an error given that "the sector is recognized as having a high added value, so its exports should be taxed a maximum of $ 3 pesos per dollar. In addition, the tax is hindering the regional export activity, most of which are in stagnation or survival processes."

In addition, they requested prolonging the time period in which they have to pay export duties, advancing the non-taxable minimum of $12,000 for these regional activities, intensive labor, and relaxing the calculation system on tax compliance of the AFIP.

 
 
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