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Moldova not to extend duties on Ukrainian products in 2017
11:40, 15 November 2016
Moldova not to extend duties on Ukrainian products in 2017

Previously, the country reported its intention to abolish the duties

11:40, 15 November 2016

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The Republic of Moldova has decided not to extend duties on Ukrainian products from January 1, 2017. These data confirmed the Minister of Economy of Moldova Octavian Calmac, reports the Minister of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine Stepan Kubiv on Facebook.

"The good news from Chisinau: Moldova confirmed that it will not renew the restrictive measures, quotas as of January 1, 2017. This was stated by my colleague Octavian Calmac at a meeting of the Intergovernmental Ukrainian-Moldovan joint commission on trade and economic cooperation. Let me remind you that after the introduction of these events on May 6 this year, we have done a great job with the Moldovan side to protect the exporters of the Ukrainian products in Moldova", wrote Stepan Kubiv.

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Recall that in summer Moldova declared it does not intend to extend the duties on Ukrainian products.

Moldova imposed provisional duties on imports from Ukraine of milk and dairy products, meat and cement and established quotas on imports of these products until December 31, 2016. According to the decision, the duty on import of Ukrainian milk and dairy products, meat and cement is 10-15%.

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