According to foreign media reports, the Indian Federation of Miners' Industry,迅达怎么打不开了。 the highest representative body of Indian miners (FIMI),迅达怎么打不开了。 hopes to cancel the 2.迅达app下载。5% import tax on copper concentrates. Given the insufficient supply of copper in the domestic market,迅达注册流程。 the federation's eco，迅达注册平台。nomic rationality for this move Questioned. In a memorandum submitted to the Treasury,迅达注册账号流程。 FIMI urged the government to eliminate im，迅达注册流程开户流程。port duties in its 2020/21 national budget to be submitted to Parliament next month. Mining agencies say primary refined copper has played a key role in ensuring an adequate supply of strategic me，迅达注册流城。tals, but noted that India lacks mineral copper resources.迅达怎么打不开了。 Therefore,IndianFederationofMiningIndustries(FIMI)callsforabolitionofcopperconcentrateimporttarif。 for many years,InvestmentTrade。 the copper industry has been lobbying the government to reduce import tariffs on copper concentrates, which are the basic raw materials for the downstream copper industry.news。
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