Ukraine has fully used its annual quotas for the European Union’s duty-free exports for nine commodity groups in 2017, according to the press service of the Ukrainian Agribusiness Club Association (UCAB).
In particular, the quotas for honey, sugar, cereals, flour, processed tomatoes, grape and apple juice, chicken meat, and grain, namely wheat, maize, and barley are over, the UCAB said in a statement.
“As of the beginning of July, Ukraine had used its quota for duty-free exports of barley, barley flour and pellets as well as closed its main quota for chicken meat in the second quarter, according to the European Commission. Thus, the duty-free export quotas for the nine commodity groups have fully been used already,” the report said.
What is more, the quota for duty-free exports of malt and wheat gluten has been used by 98%.
The UCAB says quota use dynamics in 2017 has significantly accelerated against 2016. (UNIAN/Business World Magazine)
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