The EU and Ukraine have agreed to a poultry accord that would essentially cut Ukraine’s poultry exports in half, to 70,000 tons,
Wednesday, June 12, 2019

The EU and Ukraine have agreed to a poultry accord that would essentially cut Ukraine’s poultry exports in half, to 70,000 tons,

The EU and Ukraine have agreed to a poultry accord that would essentially cut Ukraine’s poultry exports in half, to 70,000 tons, Deutsche Welle reports in a story headlined “How Ukrainian poultry becomes Europe’s Produce.” Ukraine’s EU quota this year is 18,400 tons for chilled poultry and 20,000 tons for frozen chicken. However last year, Ukraine exported 123,000 tons, taking advantage of an EU law allowing unlimited exports of semi-processed chickens. Under this exemption, MHP, Ukraine’s largest poultry producer, exported chickens for final processing at its plants in Slovakia and the Netherlands.

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