Turkey and Ukraine have agreed upon 90% of a free trade pact
Thursday, June 21, 2018

Turkey and Ukraine have agreed upon 90% of a free trade pact

Turkey and Ukraine have agreed upon 90% of a free trade pact between the two Black Sea nations, Stepan Kubiv, Minister of Economic Development and Trade, told the Rada Committee on Economic Policy on Wednesday. After 10 rounds of talks, agreement was reached on 21,000 points. Now, negotiators face a final 1,500 issues, largely farm product and export subsidies, he said. He did not predict when the trade pact would be ready. Through April, Turkey was the third largest destination for Ukrainian exports, after Russia and Poland.

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