India Extends Wheat Import Tax to Protect Farmers During HarvestBy
Government keeps 25 percent duty on imports until June 30
Tariff makes overseas purchases unattractive, flour mills say
India extended a tax on wheat imports by three months to protect farmers in the world’s second-largest grower from cheap overseas supplies.
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