Argentina's new pro-business president announced Monday he was eliminating a tax on grain exports and cutting levies on exports of soy.
All of those taxes, introduced in 2008, had triggered a major clash with producers and the government then in power.
"I am going to sign the decree today," President Mauricio Macri, sworn in just last week to end more than a decade of center-left rule, said in a speech to farm producers.
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