Export Levy

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Export Levy

A tax that a country imposes on its exports, which makes them more expensive. Export levies may encourage domestic consumption of domestically produced goods. They are less rare than import tariffs. See also: Import substitution industrialization.
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The call came from the Chinese Non-Ferrous Metals Industry Association and "appealed to all relevant national authorities to eliminate as soon as possible the provisional export tariff on aluminum to achieve integration of domestic and international aluminum markets.
There are two elements to this - generation tariff, which is payment for energy you produce, and an export tariff for energy which is sent back to the grid.
The Contractor has devised a business model where it pays for the installation and maintenance of solar PV panels in social housing but recoups its investment from revenues generated from Renewable Obligation Certificates (ROCs) and the electricity export tariff.
A number of factors such as growing global population, development of policies and initiatives aimed to reduce air, soil, and water pollution, increasing government funding towards pollution prevention and control, growing construction of environmental monitoring stations, growing initiative towards the development of environment-friendly industries, and reduction in export tariff on environmental monitoring technologies in emerging and developed markets are fuelling the growth of the global environmental monitoring market.
The government last month quietly eliminated the export tariff on raw iron ore, whose exports have been plummeting in the face of heavy competition and falling prices.
The fact that they are stipulating that rice be sold to the government at 2,000 Egyptian pounds a tonne while it could have cost the traders around 3,200 Egyptian pounds means eventually traders could pay above $400 dollars just to be allowed to export if you calculate that price difference and the export tariff," Naggari said.
Also, being a member of European Customs Union, Turkey also provides seamless access to many neighboring markets along with several benefits such as cancellation of quota limitations and mutual exemption of import and export tariff between Turkey and other European members.
The introduction of a reported 25% export tariff would have a
According to Derek, Power Tower - which attaches to the side of your house - can also earn you an Export Tariff, which is a payment for selling unused energy to the Grid.
Also, through the Government's Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) scheme, homeowners are guaranteed a set tax-free payment for each kilowatt produced by solar power - with an export tariff for any unused kWh that is exported back to the National Grid.
Meanwhile, China's 2013 export tariff policy has lowered low-season export tariffs for urea and ammonium phosphate, while export benchmark prices have been raised.
The tariffs give three financial benefits such as generation tariff, export tariff and energy bill savings.