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Results 591 - 600 of about 1368 for tea.
Dec 13, 2015 - AND 10 BILLION OF HUMAN ON THE PLANET IN 2050 ? The challenge of a rapidly growing food deficit: the shortfall in production began in the 2000s and has doubled from 2005 to 2011 - and has multiplied 3.6 times since 2000 if we include the fish shortage. But excluding cocoa-coffee-tea-spices
Jun 09, 2001 - were not a significant trade barrier with almost all such restrictions having been removed. Restrictions on black tea would be tariffied and local content requirements on this product removed within the next few months. Licensing was used on a non-restrictive basis. Import restrictions on used goods would remain
Feb 10, 2009 - (Annual percentage change) Minerals and non-ferrous metals Fuels Beverages a Food Agricultural raw materials -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 2007 2006 2005 a Comprising coffee, cocoa beans and tea. Source: IMF, International Financial Statistics. Prices of manufactured goods remained
Nov 26, 2007 - % or less, peak ad valorem rates (of up to 80%) have remained unchanged and concentrated in a few sensitive items (e.g. motor vehicles, sugar, motor cycles, tea). Insofar as estimates of the ad valorem equivalents (AVEs) of non-ad valorem duties exist, they show that such duties tend to conceal relatively high
Oct 17, 2007 - the following: (i) countervailing duties levied by Peru on imports of buses ; (ii) domestic taxes applied by Peru to cigarettes ; (iii) measures applied to imports of fresh fruit, vegetables, fish, milk, tea and other natural products ; and (iv) provisional anti-dumping duties levied by Peru on imports of sunflower and soya
Feb 25, 2008 - , averaging 4.8% in 2007, zero for agriculture and 5.4% for non-agricultural products, ranging from 0% to 30%. Almost 99% of tariffs are subject to ad valorem rates, while 131 carry specific rates of duty, which apply mainly to matches, cigarettes, coffee, tea, and petroleum oils and lubricants
Sep 13, 2006 - and revive the tea industries. 27. Gas transmission inadequacies and electric power shortages are still among the most important bottlenecks for economic development. During the period under review, reforms have focused on the regulatory and institutional framework as well as on the prices of energy
Apr 24, 2006 - 2.5 270.8 08 Edible fruit and nuts; peel of citrus fruit or melons 75 2.3 0-5 2.5 420.1 09 Coffee, tea, maté and spices 34 3.4 0-5 2.4 287.1 10 Cereals 22 0.5 0-5 1.5 317.1 11 Products of the milling industry; malt; starches; insulin; wheat gluten 86 3.7 0-5
Feb 01, 2006 - refrigerators and freezers (JE), dishwashers (JE), washing machines (JE), electric space heaters (JE), and televisions sets (JE). List A2 includes a number of goods repeated from list A1 plus: live sheep, beef, frozen beef, dried legumes, coffee, tea, wheat and meslin, rye, barley, corn, rice, wheat and meslin
Dec 15, 2008 - and tubers 277 256 37.8 0-1256.2 95.8 553.2 08 Edible fruit and nuts; peel of citrus fruit or melons 113 106 12.9 0-258.1 33.9 869.9 09 Coffee, tea, maté and spices 37 37 0.8 0-7.1 1.7 380.8 10 Cereals 82 64 18.3 0-209.3 44.3 264.6 11 Products of the milling industry
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