In 2018, the Ukraine has used 11 of quotas for export of goods to the EU
15:35 Telegraph Today, UNN news Business: Ukrainian exporters in the past year completely used 11 tariff quotas of the EU.
For 2018 Ukrainian exporters fully used 11 tariff quotas for the supply of goods to the European Union. This was reported in the Ministry of economic development and trade of Ukraine in response to the information request of UNN.
According to the Ministry, Ukraine has used tariff quotas for the following products: grape and Apple juices, honey, barley cereals and flour, butter and milk paste, processed tomatoes, processed starch, corn, wheat, poultry meat and semi-finished products of soft poultry, malt and wheat gluten, by-products of malt and starch. At the same time, exports of these goods have continued beyond the tariff quota.
In addition, in 2018, more than 50% used tariff quotas for starch (99,9%), garlic (98,1%), sugar (85,0%), the main quota for eggs and albumins (75,4%), sub-quota for poultry meat and semi-finished products from poultry meat (59.2 per cent).
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It is noted that less than 50% of Ukrainian exporters used additional quota for eggs and albumins (48.3 percent), the quota for bran, wastes and residues (43,2%), processed products of cereals (40.1 per cent), oats (36,5%), milk (24.1 per cent), products of processed milk (22,1%), barley, barley flour and pellets (16,6%), other sugar products (15,9%), milk, cream, condensed milk and yogurts (15%), processed products from sugar (13,9%), ethanol (10.4 percent).
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