Supply Chain in Argentina

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Customs Procedures

It is prohibited to export cultural artefacts, and specimens of flora and fauna which are threatened with extinction.
It may also be temporarily prohibited to export certain products when there is a shortage for the domestic market: meat, dairy produce, wheat, corn, etc.
Export Taxes
Some agricultural products are taxed from 6% to 34% in the context of soya. 40% in energy.
Export Clearance
Movement of goods within Mercosur is free except restrictions.
To leave Mercosur, Customs clearance is necessary. The Customs clearance office checks the export declaration (it need only be brief), may control the goods and authorizes the collection of the goods.
Necessary Declaration
The Customs declaration must contain information on the origin of the goods, the Customs tariff and Customs valuation of the goods.

Controlling the Quality of the Products

Quality Control Organizations
Bureau Veritas in Argentina
Argencert Argentina
SGS Argentina

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