Morocco: Increased Import Duties on Wheat

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   MO2021-0013

On May 12, 2021, the government of Morocco announced the increase of customs duties on common and durum wheat. Starting May 15, 2021, common wheat duties were raised from 0 percent to 135 percent, and starting June 1, 2021 durum wheat duties will be raised from 0 percent to 170 percent. The new duties will be applied until further notice. The decision is intended to protect local producers from foreign competition.

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