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Argentina cuts export taxes for honey and peanuts

Update includes prunes, dried grapes and fresh and frozen vegetables and fruits

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The Argentine government has cut from ARS4 (USD0.09) to ARS3 per exported US dollar the export tax on honey, peanuts, prunes, dried grapes, dehydrated apples, dried apricots, grains and legumes  and fresh and frozen vegetables and fruits,  such as asparagus, melons, watermelons, berries, citrus, beans, peas, cucumber, pickles, rice, beans, peas or chickpeas.


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