"Yes (support). Maybe even more than two years. A fundamental decision is made", — he told reporters.
Thus, according to the Vice Premier, to extend the zero duties can and for a longer period. "Predictability is important, so it is possible and for five years. We will discuss it again with colleagues. But you need to time was sufficient to know that in the foreseeable future nothing will change", — said Deputy Prime Minister.
Dvorkovich stressed that "in principle, we do not plan to enter a higher fee, just do not want to eliminate the tool itself to force majeure". "Although we do not foresee," — said Dvorkovich.
The President of the Russian grain Union Arkady Zlochevsky announced on 10 April that the Russian grain Union again sent to the Ministry of agriculture of the Russian Federation the offer on cancellation of export duties for wheat, which is currently zeroed, but the agriculture Ministry is in favour to keep the fee at zero for another two years.
The authorities of the Russian Federation to stabilize the situation on the domestic grain market in February 2015 introduced export duty on wheat. Tuesday, September 23, 2016, the fee to zero for a period of 21 months — until July 1, 2018. In late March this year, the head of the Ministry of agriculture of the Russian Federation Alexander Tkachev said that the government will retain the export duty on wheat to zero after July 1, but its total abolition.
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