Ukraine fully filled four EU export quotas
Since the start of 2019, Ukrainian exporters have already fully filled four tariff quotas for supplies to the European Union, UNN report.
By the end of February 2019, quotas for corn, honey, sugar, grape and apple juices had been fully filled.
By the report, quarterly tariff quota for poultry meat was also filled.
Quotas for the following products are filled at:
- 68% — wheat;
- 57.9% — processed tomatoes;
- 54.4% — malt and starch processed products;
- 50% — butter and dairy paste.
As of the beginning of 2019, Ukrainian exporters filled the duty-free export in terms of 29 tariff quotas out of 40.
Within the year 2018, Ukraine failed to fill the quotas for sugar and barley exports to the EU countries.
The new infographic guide Agribusiness of Ukraine 2017/18 is available by the link.