Ukraine’s agricultural trade with the EU has reached a new high21/11/2019

According to a recent story delivered by Pershyi Diloyi, with reference to the National Scientific Center “Institute of Agrarian Economics,” the volume of agricultural trade between Ukraine and the EU has reached the record $7,5 billion euros in the first nine months of 2019. According to the outlet, Ukraine’s biggest partners in this sector are the Netherlands, Poland, Germany, Italy, Spain, France and Belgium. At the same, the Institute’s press service, as cited by the TV channel, says that as of mid-October 2019 Ukrainian exporters had entirely exhausted quotas for many products, including honey, sugar, flour, juice, wheat, poultry meat, butter and some others.

Source: Pershyi Diloyi