The revised tariff, published on Oct. 10 in the
“The tariff for maize, sorghum and rye has already been updated twice in the last two months due to a global record harvest expected for 2016-17 and, at the time, a particularly weak U.S. dollar,” the European Commission said. “It first went up to €5.16 per tonne onAug. 8, and was followed by a second rise to €10.95 per tonne onSept. 1.”
The import duties are now fixed from Oct. 10, and will apply until a new figure is required and calculated by the automatic mechanism in place.