Saturday, December 4

The Government modified the export tariff scheme for various fishery products

The decree indicates among its considerations that “It is considered necessary to carry out a fiscal effort in order to ensure that the export products of the fishing sector entirely finished in the provincial territories, progressively increase their presence and participation in international markets.”

In this sense, the objective of the national government is “to ensure the maximum possible value added in the country in order to obtain an adequate income for national work, as well as to promote, protect or preserve national activities that are productive of goods or services, as well as said goods and services, natural resources or animal or plant species “.

For easy peel or tail long shrimp, export duties for containers up to 1 kilo (kg) are reduced to 1% instead of the current 5%, and for larger containers it will be 3%.

In turn, glues in containers of up to 2 kg will also see a reduction in the tax component, which will remain at 3%.

Also the whole premium will have a reduction in withholdings and will be located at 6%, while the export of glues in blocks greater than 2kg for reprocessing in other countries will have an increase of 2 percentage points and what will leave them at 9% .

In the case of hubbsi hake, export duties are eliminated on frozen fillet produced on land in packages of less than 1kg (it was 5%) and reduced to 3% in the case of heavier packages.

Export duties on canned fish and seafood preparations processed entirely in Argentina are also eliminated (they were at 4.5%), whether these dishes are semi-ready or ready, in sauces or oils.

In addition, squid rings that were at 7% and now will no longer have that fiscal component while the clean tube of squid in containers of up to 1kg goes to 5% (they were also at 7%).

In turn, the export duties for sea bass go to 5% instead of 7% and in the case of whiting, sole, grouper, sea bream, among other frozen fillets of sea species, they are reduced to 3% when they were found in 5%.

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