Taiwan reduces Chilean import rates

According to data by the Chilean Oficina Comercial in Taipei, Taiwan, the government has reduced import rates for apples, kiwis and peaches from 20 to 10%. The Oficina says the decree will be effective for two months, with a possible indefinite extension. The extension will depend on how the demand for these fruits develop.

Chile’s Fuji apple is a market leader with an import volume of 60 million US dollars in June. Taiwanese import volume of the kiwi is around 500 million US dollar. The Chilean peach has an import volume of 7.5 million US dollars.


Source: SimFRUIT

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