Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan stated that within the scope of the measures they took for the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19), they reset the customs duty applied to medical mask and respirators and the customs tax applied to ethyl alcohol used in cologne production.
Minister Pekcan, in a written statement from his Twitter account, stated that within the scope of the measures they took for Kovid-19, they removed the additional customs tax applied as 20 percent in disposable medical masks in order to meet the possible need that may arise and to maintain the security of supply.
Underlining that they remove 13 percent additional customs tax applied for respiratory devices such as ventilators and oxygen concentrators, Pekcan said, “Besides, for the cologne and disinfectant industrialists who produce 10 percent customs tax, which is currently used as a raw material in cologne and disinfectant production. We reset. May the President's decisions, which include these changes in the import regime decisions made within the scope of coronavirus measures and published today, be beneficial. ” used the expression.