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India cuts Aussie lentil tariff

THE import tariff on Australian lentils bound for India has been cut from 33 per cent to 11 per cent in a surprise but well-received move.

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 India has reduced an import tariff on Australian lentils. Image courtesy Pulse Australia.

India has reduced an import tariff on Australian lentils. Image courtesy Pulse Australia.

The tariff reduction came into effect yesterday and advice received by peak grain growing bodies in Australia also indicated a reduction in the basic customs duty for lentils, originating in or exported...

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