With regard to the soy and rapeseed amendment, I think it makes sense to study the potential for development of the industry and business as a whole. Large and small producers, along with soybean and rapeseed processors, need to negotiate and agree. After all, the issue of margin does not matter, since it does not affect the price and cost of the finished goods.
Today, this indicator is high, and tomorrow may be low. Other questions in the production chain are more of interest here. Firstly, which delivery route of raw materials and finished products FIELD-PORT is the cheapest one, i.e. with minimal and most effective logistics. Secondly, what facilities should be involved in this process: elevators, OCPs, railways, rivers, livestock, etc.
I believe that the norm on which VAT refund is returned to the producer and processor of oilseed with certain time limits, for international traders is the most balanced decision from the producer and the processor's point of view, as well as in terms of the industry development as a whole. Being a company that runs both business directions, we consider this model as the most appropriate one.