India to retain duty on imports- Rubber Board


MUMBAI, Aug 26 (Reuters) - India will not cut import duty on natural rubber imports, Trade Minister Anand Sharma told to a group of ministers from Kerala in a meeting on Wednesday, Rubber Board chairman Sajen Peter, said in a statement. Kerala is the biggest rubber-producing state in the country. Peter, who attended the meeting, said the minister has assured the delegation that the twenty percent import duty would stay and if the government decides to cut the duty it will implement the ...

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