Chtouka Ait Baha: Producers and exporters of vegetables and fruits call for enhancing the competitiveness of Moroccan products in international markets - BestMaxMagazine

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Monday 8 November 2021

Chtouka Ait Baha: Producers and exporters of vegetables and fruits call for enhancing the competitiveness of Moroccan products in international markets

 



The "Association of Producers and Exporters of Vegetables and Fruits", known simply as "Abiville", called for enhancing the competitiveness of Moroccan products in international markets. In a communiqué issued after the meeting of its National Council, which was held recently in the Ait Omaira region of the Chtouka Ait Baha region, the association called for “the formation of a strategic stockpile of agricultural production factors, in order to enable the agricultural sector to play its pivotal role in the national economy.” The “Association of Producers and Exporters of Vegetables and Fruits” stressed the importance of “supplying internal markets and providing them with sufficient quantities of production factors, at appropriate prices, as well as maintaining job creation.” The association stressed the need to “urgently intervene to provide sufficient quantities of fertilizers that the sector needs,” noting that “most fertilizers know increasing increases in their reference prices, especially nitrogenous and potassium fertilizers... in addition to the recorded rise in the prices of locally manufactured fertilizers designated for the intensive agricultural production chain. “. The association demanded the “deletion of the value-added tax imposed on all agricultural inputs and means of production, in order to establish the principle of value-added tax neutrality, given that the agricultural sector pays this tax, knowing that it is deprived of its refund even though it is a producer and not an end consumer.” The association warned of the possible consequences of the high cost of production, such as “weakening the competitiveness of the Moroccan product in international markets, as well as the negative impact on the purchasing power of the Moroccan citizen in the event of a decrease in production.”

 

 

 

by fatima zahra issar




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