The EU has fastened tariff quotas for 36 kinds of Ukrainian merchandise.
Ukraine has totally exhausted the annual quotas for duty-free deliveries of grape and apple juice (annual quantity of 20,000 tonnes), honey (6,000 tonnes) and processed tomatoes (10,000 tonnes) to the nations of the ‘EU as a part of the Deep and Complete Free Commerce Settlement. .
It relies upon RFE / RL referring to information supplied by the Ministry of Financial Growth, Commerce and Agriculture.
The annual quotas for oatmeal and barley flour (7,800 tonnes) have been used at 83%; maize, maize flour and pellets (650,000 tonnes) – by 74%; sugar (simply over 20,000 tons) – 45%, starch (10,000 tons) – 34%; processed cereal merchandise (2,000 tonnes) – by 30%, poultry meat and semi-finished poultry meat merchandise (70,000 tonnes from the fundamental quota, 20,000 tonnes from the extra quota) – by 25% and 4%, respectively; eggs and albumin (3000 tonnes of the fundamental quota and 3000 tonnes of the supplementary quota) – 25% and 0% respectively.
Annual oat quotas (4000 tonnes) have been much less depleted by solely 21%; garlic (500 tons) – by 16%; tender wheat, wheat flour and granules (1 million tons) – by 13%; bran, waste and residues (22,000 tonnes) – by 10%; processed dairy merchandise (2,000 tonnes) – by 5%, malt and starch processing merchandise (2,000 tonnes) – by 4%; and processed sugar merchandise (3,000 tonnes) – by 3%.
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Quotas for malt and wheat gluten (7,000 tonnes) haven’t been used in any respect, as have these for processed dairy merchandise (500 tonnes); milk, cream, condensed milk and yoghurts (10,000 tonnes); cigars and cigarettes (2,500 tons); and processed petroleum merchandise (250 tonnes).
The Ministry of Financial Growth has no information on the exhaustion of annual quotas for lamb, beef and pork, as a result of it has no entry to the market.
The EU has set tariff quotas for 36 kinds of items from Ukraine. The Deep and Complete Free Commerce Settlement between Ukraine and the EU entered into power on January 1, 2016.
Enhance in tariff quotas
In 2020, the European Union prolonged import quotas for Ukrainian livestock merchandise: rooster – from 19,200 tonnes to twenty,000 tonnes, eggs – from 2,700 tonnes to three,000 tonnes.