Turkey: Turkey Announces Tariff Reductions on Lentils and Eliminates Tariffs on Sunflower seed

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Turkey announced additional tariff reductions on lentils and eliminated tariffs on sunflower seed. According to a Presidential Decree published in the Official Gazette on November 5, 2020, import tariffs on red lentils are reduced to 9 percent, down from 19.3 percent, until further notice. Import tariffs on sunflower seed are reduced to zero through June 2021.

Turkey: Turkey Announces Tariff Reductions on Lentils and Eliminates Tariffs on Sunflower seed

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