Colombia taxes cheap shoes ahead of FTA with the EU

 The president of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, has announced that the country will impose a tariff of $5 per pair, plus 10 percent of their value, on imported shoes. The higher tariff will mainly affect imports of cheap shoes and clothes, which have been flooding the country. Instead, foreign goods imported at ...

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