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· Annual Update Federal Register: Good News... →
The US entered the COVID-19 with the best context of economic conditions and level of activity in more than 50 years mostly due to domestic regulation reductions, initiatives to lower global tariffs, and lower domestic taxation.
· Government to spend £700m on readying UK border for Brexit →
Sunak is said to be planning to open bidding for towns, cities and regions to become free ports – where UK taxes and tariffs will not apply – in his autumn budget.
· Ukraine's green energy revolution has its problems – but it isn't a pipe dream →
In 2008 the government adopted a new feed-in tariff, and offered to buy all the “green” energy produced in the country for the price that varied from 702 hryvnia for 1MWh of wind energy to 5000 hryvnia for the solar-generated one (£54.55 and £384.6/MWh at the 2009 exchange rate).
· New border plans shows UK ready to impose tough new tariffs on EU goods - ANALYSIS →
With the admirably tough style of his chief negotiator David Frost, the British government is leaving the EU with any doubt that not only will it be relaxed about a so-called “Australia style deal” on World Trade Organisation rules but with this investment the country will be ready to impose tough new tariffs on EU products.
· Rishi Sunak’s economic revolution: Chancellor to slash red tape with freeport masterplan →
Mr Sunak will announced plans to open bidding for towns, cities and regions to become freeports - where UK taxes and tariffs will not apply - in his autumn budget, the Sunday Times reported.
· Michel Barnier defeated: Nigel Farage reveals FATAL flaw to Brussels' Brexit plan →
This is due to the UK leaving the customs union whereby no tariffs are paid on goods within the bloc.
· Chancellor ‘to set up 10 deregulated freeports’ in Brexit tax cut plans →
Rishi Sunak reportedly planning to open bidding for towns, cities and regions to become designated zones where UK taxes and tariffs will not apply
· UK plans to create 'freeports,' cut taxes: Report →
The successful bidders designated as freeports will ultimately be legally outside UK customs territory, with goods imported, manufactured or re-exported without incurring national tariffs or import VAT until they enter the rest of the economy.
· Iraq’s PM takes step in battle against border corruption →
In the first phase, security forces from the Interior Ministry will supervise the work of border guards to ensure proper payment of tariffs at the Mandili border crossing with Iran, he told reporters.