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European Union countries have agreed to postpone starting December 1 to August 31, 2011; 98 euro per ton tariff applies to imported sugar in order to lower the current price “affordable” EFEAgro picks. The decision, agreed yesterday in the European Union’s Management Committee, composed of experts from 27, affecting deliveries to EU territory for raw cane sugar for refining from countries with a status of “most favored nation.” The European Commission proposed the measure, because of high sugar prices on world markets make the cost of purchase is “expensive”, which threatens the supply of the commodity in Europe. The European Commission noted that the scope for import licenses for 666,000 tons and 250,000 have been issued and the entry to the EU. On the other hand, the European Commission announced the Management Committee of the European Union that aims to increase the ceiling by 350,000 tons for export of sugar “non-quota” in the season 2010-2011, to bring this stock will go up shipping one million tons.
The export of goods and services was the most important engine of economic recovery and have sparked increased competition and innovation in the productive sector,” said Secretary of Economy of Mexico, Bruno Ferrari.
In working trip to Merida, Yucatan, the official explained that foreign sales have exceeded 216,800 million U.S. dollars between January and September this year. This means that total exports have increased by nearly 34 percent over the same period last year.
Ferrari has launched the International Trade Centre of Yucatan, accompanied by state Governor Ivonne Ortega, and stated that one in five jobs in the country is generated by the companies, and where salaries are 37 percent more than companies non-exporters.
In his message, Secretary of Economy explained that “since the signing of FTA with North America, the annual average investment of 18,500 million dollars, multiplied by seven since 1994.”