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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Finally, it includes a "new commitment on export tariff quotas," which ensures that any future tariff quotas established for the EU "would be operated according to the relevant WTO rules".
It said on Tuesday it will hold monthly tenders to grant rice export licenses to traders and will reconsider the value of the country's rice export tariff.
We do not want to raise tariffs in the country, while in case of export tariff is set through negotiations.
In our view, the chances of an export tariff being introduced in the near term are low, although this will largely depend on global macro conditions and the level of potash export prices.
The latter had paid prices around 35% that of the standard international export tariff for Russian oil.
Russia's oil pipeline to China is due to be completed by the end of 2009 and users will be charged an export tariff of $30 to $35 per tonne to deliver crude along the 2,700-km route, Russia's oil pipeline monopoly said.
Egypt reduces stainless steel export tariff Egypt's Ministry of Trade and Industry decided to reduce the exports tariff imposed on scrap stainless steel to reach LE 750, from LE 1,500 reported Al-Masry Al-Youm.
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.
However, the export tariff for systems installed from 1 August has increased from 3.2p to 4.5p/kWh.