Ukraine is ready to begin a dialogue with the European Union in the near future on the provision of additional trade preferences for Ukrainian producers, according to the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine.
"Already in the near future, we are ready to start a dialogue with our European partners on obtaining additional preferences for Ukrainian producers," the report says.
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As UNIAN reported earlier, in 2017, Ukraine received additional trade preferences from the EU, including zero quotas for honey, corn, cereals and processed tomatoes. In addition, preferences completely liberalized imports of Ukrainian footwear, copper and aluminum products, electronic equipment.