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Economy, Domestic Economy

Paper Import Tariff Remain Unchanged at 5 Percent

The Ministry of Industries, Mining and Trade has decided to keep tariff rates on paper imports unchanged at 5% and allocate foreign currency at preferential exchange rates for its imports to provide newspapers, magazines and book publishers paper at affordable prices.

The ministry says it plans to avoid price fluctuations for the next four years, deputy minister of industries, mining and trade, Hassan Younes Sinaki, was quoted as saying by Mehr News Agency.

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