Export Quota

Export Quota

A limit a country sets on the number of units of a good that may be exported over a period of time. Export quotas are usually instituted in order to maximize the domestic supply, which helps keep prices low within the country. While this may be good for consumers, it is not necessarily beneficial for producers. See also: Export control.
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Tenders are invited for Export of sugar/ sale of export quota of sugar mieq (under tradable export scrip schemes
A State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) official informed the participants that export quota of 500,000 tonnes has been approved.
SBP representative informed the participants that export quota of 500,000 tons had been approved by the central bank.
Prior to the enactment of RA 11203, the Neda said the Philippines had an export quota on rice by virtue subparagraph xiii in Section 6(a) of Presidential Decree (PD) 4 of 1972, as amended.
ISLAMABAD -- The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the Cabinet on Tuesday approved increase in sugar export quota by 0.1 million tons to the total export of the commodity to 1.1 million tons.
This export quota is in addition to quantity of one million tons already approved in ECC meeting on October 3, 2018.
ISLAMABAD -- The Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) has approved enhancement of sugar export quota by 0.1 million tonne taking the total export of the commodity to 1.1 million tons.
Cambodia signed a 200,000-tonne export quota with China last year.
Washington will instead impose an annual export quota equivalent to 70 percent of Korean steelmakers' recent shipment volume.
An important pattern is the liberalisation of the coffee sectors following the dismantling of the export quota systems under the International Coffee Agreement in 1989, Sette said.
State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) will give go-ahead and monitor export quota on a first come first serve basis.
Algeria, a strategic outlet for Tunisian exportsTunisia recently started talks with Algeria to benefit from the aquaculture export quota, said representative of GIPP and author of the study Karim Hammami.
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