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T&T seeks CET Waiver

Published:Tuesday | May 13, 2008 | 5:08 PM

The government of Trinidad and Tobago is reportedly considering seeking a waiver of the Common External Tariff because of high food prices.



The country\'s Ministry of Trade is reported to be holding consultations on the issue with a view to getting the waiver within a month.



The list of imported items, on which the waiver is being sought includes sardines, tuna, beef, teas, baking powder, sunflower oil, condensed milk, cheddar and baby formula.