Mexico: Temporary Suspension of Import Tariffs on Basic Food Products

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On May 16, 2022, the Government of Mexico (GOM) published a presidential decree temporarily exempting the payment of import duties on 66 tariff lines covering staple food items and basic commodities for food processing. The tariff suspension is part of the GOM’s recently announced Program to Combat Food Price Inflation and Scarcity. The exemption entered into forced on May 17, 2022 for a period of one year. This report provides the list of exempted tariff lines.

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