UIA Press Release

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Given the concern of the UIA to resolve the problems of exports, the Ministry of Commerce published in the days of the date the Resolution 384/12, which amends Resolution 142/12, concerning the deadlines for foreign exchange earnings.

This resolution changes the foreign exchange settlement period of 56 products in various industrial enterprises, speeding up the flow of exports.

The entity, within the framework of dialogue between the public and private sector, aims to further articulating a system to increase foreign sales of industrial products.

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