“It goes against the grain”: a strong field warning before a possible increase in detention

“It goes against the grain”: a strong field warning before a possible increase in detention

Villagers and agribusiness chain leaders are questioning the closure of the soybean flour and oil export register.

Nicolas Pino, President of the Argentine Rural Society (SRA):
Nicolas Pino, President of the Argentine Rural Society (SRA): “The government continues to create uncertainty in the economy and sends terrible signals to producers”

Agriculture and agro-industry leaders refused to close the export register. Soy flour and oil Which could lead to an increase in the export tax on both products.

“The government does not care about people’s pockets or the attitude of the producer, but about their problems and fiscal situation. The president of Coninagro, Carlos Ianicotto, noted.

“We have always spoken out against one-sidedness on important issues related to prices, the delivery of healthy and sustainable food, and what affects the attitude of the producer,” he said. One way”.

Janicotto argued this “On such a difficult, sad international horizon, from the human to the economic aspect, we must redouble our efforts to grow our products and ensure a healthy and sustainable food supply for our nation and other countries.”

For his part, Jose Martins, Speaker of the Argentine Agro-Industrial Council (CAA) and President of the Buenos Aires Grain Exchange, said: “We were surprised by the closure of the register of the soybean industrial complex. “We reject any change in the rules of the game and any attempt to increase the tax burden that the sector already has, especially during the drought-affected campaign, which has significantly reduced crop yields.”

Jose Martins, President of the Buenos Aires Grain Exchange: "We will not make any changes to the rules of the game"
Jose Martins, President of the Buenos Aires Grain Exchange: “We will not make any changes to the rules of the game”

The executive branch said that “cutting exports and raising taxes will slow down the dynamics of the key sector that provides foreign currency and creates employment” in the country. Closing the Export Register for the CAA Speaker “This contradicts what we have to consider in order to deliver to a world that demands a greater contribution from our country.”

Demand

According to Martins, “The unfortunate armed conflict puts us in a position to produce more and more value-added to meet these demands. “It will lead to the production of foreign exchange and, of course, more employment for our compatriots.”

Martins expressed the desire not to increase the arrests and asked to “reconsider and not change the rules of the game.”

Meanwhile, Nicolas Pinot, president of the Argentine Rural Society (SRA), said: “The government continues to create uncertainty in the economy and sends terrible signals to producers.

However for the villagers, The government has no legal authority to increase export taxes because it no longer has the authority that Congress has given it to increase these taxes.

According to the SRA, these powers fell when it lost the vote on the 2022 budget law. In this regard, he discussed: “It is true that recent history indicates that a new detention scheme is coming after the closure of the export register. “But today, without delegated authority, the government cannot control the tax rate.”

Pino recalled that the SRA had applied to the Cordoba Federal Court for protection because “today the tax is being collected without legal support.”

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For the President of the Confederation of Rural Associations of Buenos Aires and La Pampa (Carbapa), Horatio Salaver, the closure of the Soybean Flour and Oil Export Register is closing. “A terrible event and a very bad signal for the sector.”

According to the villagers, “obviously this will increase tax pressure and this has been warned by the liaison desk: there is no place for tax increases.”

Carlos Janizotto:
Carlos Janizotto: “The government is not interested in people’s pockets or the attitude of the manufacturer, but in their problems and fiscal situation”

“This type of measure will increase tensions that may arise between the sector and the government,” Salaver warned.

Meanwhile, Jorge Chemes, President Rural Confederations of Argentina (CRA), It was announced last Saturday that the final increase in arrests “This will be another step in the wrong direction of the state policy, because it means greater tax pressure on the already declining profitability in the sector.

Speaking to the radio program “Dato Sobre Dato” on Radio Millennium, a villager warned that if the export taxes were increased. “Many products would go bankrupt.”

In his opinion Carlos Acheton, President of the Agrarian Federation of Argentina (FAA), Official size Is “This is a bad sign.”

“This is a differential that has benefited the industrial sector and not us, because grain, whether industrial or exported in grain, always pays us a 33% discount. But that’s a bad sign, “Aceton said.

Manuel Pasalia, Mayor of San Nicholas Where the last edition of Expoagro was held last week, criticized the official event.They walked around @Expoagrocom Receiving manufacturers and repeating promises, only after 48 hours to announce export closure and more taxes. The same old recipes. Go against it # სოფლისპირა “This is an attack on the future of the country,” he said on Twitter.

In turn, Juan Diego Etchevehere, Regional Director of the Argentine Rural Society (SRA) Entre Rios, He pointed out: “When we are in Rio, where the agricultural emergency is due to fires and drought, the government is planning to raise taxes. Not only does he show insensitivity but he also does not respect the law. Today only Congress can change the arrest.

Source: La Nacion

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