terça-feira, 22 de maio, 2018


The Governor Paulo Hartung sanctioned, this Friday (18), the law amending, of 12% to 17%, the rate of GST UHT milk coming from other States and marketed in the Holy Spirit. The measure aims to strengthen the local industry. The Act happened in Cachoeiro de Itapemirim, in the South of the State. The change in the rate meets a request by the Federation of industries of Espírito Santo (Findes) and the Organization of Brazilian cooperatives (OCB-ES). The change affects specifically the long life milk (UHT Ultra High Temperature), in up to two liters container. For all other operations with milk will be maintained at current rate of 12%. The measure is considered crucial to the State's milk have intercourse again in neighboring States. According to the former President and current Director of the Dairy cooperative Selita, Rubens Moreira, since October 2013, when States like Rio de Janeiro raised tax barriers that have made it more expensive for consumers products bottled in other States, the penetration of these markets has decreased Selita. "In 2013, 34 million liters of milk to Rio de Janeiro. In 2017, fell by half, were 17 million, "explained, with numbers, the size of the injury. The measure signed yesterday, resets this issue and give the local conditions of companies compete. The Governor Paulo Hartung explained that the Government managed to advance on two fronts to strengthen the livestock milk. He recalled that the Holy Spirit has managed in the National Council of Financial Policy (Confaz) Culture Ministry's approval of tax incentives-presumed-credit to producers and, today, sanctions the law that guarantees competitiveness to the segment. "Was difficult to penetrate neighbouring markets capixaba producer due to the barriers, and the local market was unattended. This measure ensures competitive equality for our producers. This is a delicate debate because they are different interests, but we managed to organize and meet dairy cooperatives and the State. Sancionamos a law giving equal competition to threads that are giving added value to the State's milk and, at the same time, strengthened the livestock milk in the production of new opportunities and generating jobs, "pondered Paulo Hartung. Competition the 12% rate of GST, including the milk coming from out of State, was applied in a period in which the Holy Spirit had no industrialization of UHT milk. Today the State has installed plants, however finds barriers to market the State's milk in neighboring States, that taxes in 18% milk capixaba, and still finds it difficult to compete in the domestic market, since the milk out has a lower taxation. The goal of the State Government to change the tax rate is to give more competitiveness and productivity to the local industry, creating conditions for the growth of the sector in Espírito Santo. Benefit from the change in the law amounts to about 15000 producers. In the South, the change in tax rate will directly benefit approximately of 6000, 3000 of them are producers cooperatives of Selita. The dairy farming stands out by providing monthly income throughout the year for producers, which favors the permanence of rural families. In addition, according to the strategic plan of development of agriculture Capixaba (Pedeag 3, 2015), milk, meat and its derivatives produced in the State are, mostly, intended to supply the internal consumer market. The State Government, through the Ministry of finance, maintains dialogue with local producers of milk in order to evaluate other segment demands to enhance the dairy industry of the Holy Spirit. Forces the solemnity of the signature law that brought up the GST for milk from other States was held at the headquarters of Selita and gathered 18 mayors in the region, four State representatives, two deputies, a Senator and hundreds of ranchers. The President of Selita, John Mark says that the change in the rate of GST strengthens not only the industry but also the producer. To Senator Ricardo Femmy, State industries earn equal conditions to compete. Mr Rodrigo Coelho, who led the project approval by the Legislative Council, remember that the measure, in addition to maintaining Selita and Damare in Espírito Santo-without the amendment would be more advantageous for companies to move their plants to other States-encourages the emergence of new industries in capixaba territory. "I've experienced the loss of Viação Itapemirim, cachoeirense company, we could not allow the same to happen with the Selita," he says. "It's a decision of interest to the State citizen".
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