Several import duties abolished in Uzbekistan
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 11
By Diana Aliyeva – Trend:
Rates of import customs duties and excise tax on a number of imported goods have been abolished or reduced in Uzbekistan since Oct.1, according to the country’s State Tax Committee's message.
The corresponding decree was signed by Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev on Sept. 29.
In accordance with the decree, the import customs duty for oil and oil products, large and small cattle, meat of large and small cattle, fish products, milk, potatoes, cereals, flour and other goods was abolished.
The customs duty rates, as well as the excise tax rates for a number of goods were significantly reduced.
The revision of rates is aimed at meeting the consumer demand of the population and preventing the growth of prices in the Uzbek domestic market, as well as creating favorable conditions for domestic producers to import the necessary equipment and components, as well as raw materials.