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Ukraine Increases Corn Starch Exports

May 29, 2017
During the seven months of the current season (September 2016 – March 2017) the country exported 30,700 tons of corn starch, which is already 5.5 percent more than during the entire previous season.

Ukraine Increases its Income from Metal Exports

May 26, 2017
As reported by UkrMetallurgProm Assosiation, during the first 4 months of 2017, Ukraine’s rolled steel export decreased by 22 percent against that of last year and amounted to 4.9 million tons.

Saudi Arabia Intends to Build A Port Terminal in Ukraine

May 22, 2017
Saudi Agricultural & Livestock Investment Company (SALIC) plans to build a port terminal in Ukraine, informs the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine.

Barley Exports Increase in April

May 19, 2017
Ukraine exported 257,790 tons of barley in April 2017, which exceeds the March volumes by 49,380 tons, stated the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine.

Iraq Is Interested in Importing Ukrainian Poultry and Eggs

May 16, 2017
Ukraine and the Republic of Iraq have a substantial potential for bilateral cooperation in the agricultural sector, stated Olha Trofimtseva, Deputy Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine.

Ukrainian Exports To Change in 2017

May 12, 2017
National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) forecasts the increase of exports of Ukrainian goods by 11.2 percent, for the first time since 2012 due to growing prices on the product markets.

Ukraine Moves to Set a Record in Apples Export

May 9, 2017
The export of Ukrainian apples increased by 30 percent this season against the same period last year, and reached 10,500 tons.

Ukraine Uses Up Six Export Quotas in the First Quarter

May 6, 2017
Summarizing the results of the first quarter in 2017, Ukraine fully used up six of its annual EU tax-free exporting quotas for such products as honey, sugar, wholegrain cereals and flour, processed tomatoes, grape and apple juice and corn, reported the Ukrainian Agribusiness Club press service.

Koreans Want to Grow Premium Quality Onions in Ukraine

May 2, 2017
As reported by the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, some South Korean businesses are looking forward to invest in growing the premium quality onions in Ukraine and then exporting them to the EU.