Ukraine realized 80% of its annual quota for wheat exports to the EU


As of early February, 772.522 KMT of wheat had been supplied from Ukraine to the EU under the duty-free export quota (80.5% of the quota’s total volume), reports UkrAgroConsult.

The 450 KMT corn export quota was used up completely. 18.8 KMT of barley was supplied under the export quota, or 7% of its total volume. 

Noteworthy is that the EU Committee for grains increased the 2017 import quota for Ukrainian wheat to 960 KMT (950 KMT was in 2016), that for barley to 270 KMT (250 KMT) and the corn quota to 450 KMT (400 KMT in 2016).

Further prospects of the Black Sea grain market in the upcoming 2017/18 season will be discussed at the XIV International Conference “Black Sea Grain: Wind of Change”, which will take place on April 5-6, 2017 in InterContinental hotel, Kiev, Ukraine.

Black Sea Grain conference is large international platform, offering high quality market analysis and networking opportunities for the global leaders of grain and oilseed industry. The event is annually attended by over 800 agribusiness representatives from more than 400 companies and 50 countries worldwide.



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