Qatar: Qatar Exempts Food Products From Customs Duty For Six Months

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On March 15, 2020, Qatar's Crisis Management Committee within the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) implemented a stimulus package to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 outbreak on economic and financial sectors in the country. As part of this package, the Ministry exempted all food and medical products from the country's five percent customs duty for a period of six months. This relief must be applied to the final selling price offered to the consumer.

Qatar: Qatar Exempts Food Products From Customs Duty For Six Months

 

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