Foreign Trade Regime

January 2006
Argentina Business Forecast Report;2006 1st Quarter, p26
Country Report
Country Report
The article presents information on the international trade system in Argentina. The international trade in Argentina was regulated by Mercosur Trading bloc. It became the member of World Trade Organization in 1995. The Argentine Harmonise Schedule is the basis for tariff rates for all exports and imports. Under the Mercosur regime, average tariffs on goods from outside the bloc fall mostly in the 0%- 20% range. Minimum specific duties were introduced by Argentina in 1995 to protect some domestic business.


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