EU Ministers open duty free quotas for plastics materials.
A note from the European Commission--which proposed the quotas--said the decision had been made "to ensure sufficient and uninterrupted supplies of certain goods which are insufficiently produced in the [European] Union ..."
All these quotas were also on the 2010 list. The EU reviews such duty concessions annually, adding, removing and changing quotas.
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|Publication:||International News Services.com|
|Date:||Dec 1, 2010|
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