Ukraine’s quotas on duty-free export of honey, juice and corn to EU exhausted
Quotas on duty-free export of chicken were exhausted at the beginning of February
As of February 16 Ukraine exhausted 2016 quotas on export of honey, juice and corn to the EU-states, reported “Ukrainian club of agribusiness” association, informs Ukrainski Novyny (Ukrainian News).
“According to the Free Trade Agreement between Ukraine and the EU and quotas imposed on import of Ukrainian production to the EU, in particular, quotas on corm (400.000 tons), grape and apple juice (10.000 tons) and honey (5.000 tons) are already exhausted”, - it is said in the report.
Quotas on some other products are close to being exhausted: barley (90% exhausted), flour (63%), sugar (62%), wheat (55%), oats (45%), and tomatoes (44%).
Earlier as of the beginning of February Ukraine exhausted its quotas (16 thousand tons) on duty-free export of chicken to the EU-states.
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