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Ukraine closed three quotas for duty-free exports to the EU

Christian Fernsby ▼ | October 23, 2019
As of January 21, Ukraine has closed quotas for duty-free exports to the European Union for honey, grape and apple juices, as well as the main and additional quota for maize.

KEY POINTS
  • The trend towards a rapid quotas closing has been observed since the opening of the Free Trade Agreement between Ukraine and the EU
  • In spite of the exhaustion of import quotas for duty-free, the export of these products will continue
  • Compared to the same period in 2018, quotas closing has accelerated for processed starch, sugar, malt and wheat gluten , which are already closed 17%, 38% and 44%, respectively

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The trend towards a rapid quotas closing has been observed since the opening of the Free Trade Agreement between Ukraine and the EU. In spite of the exhaustion of import quotas for duty-free, the export of these products will continue.

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Compared to the same period in 2018, quotas closing has accelerated for processed starch, sugar, malt and wheat gluten, which are already closed 17%, 38% and 44%, respectively.

Instead, compared to last year, the situation with supplies of processed tomatoes within the limits of quotas has changed. To date, only 3% have been used, while last year, as of the 20th of January, 11% have been used.


 

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