Vasil Kisil & Partners Prepared Jointly with UCAB and the Ministry of Agrarian Policy the Manual “Doing Agribusiness in Ukraine: Legal Guidance for Foreign Investors”
Vasil Kisil & Partners acting jointly with Ukrainian Agribusiness Club and the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine prepared the manual “Doing Agribusiness in Ukraine: Legal Guidance for Foreign Investors.”more
According to the European Commission, as of the beginning of July 2017, Ukraine has chosen a quota for duty-free exports of barley, barley flour and granules and closed the main quota for the second quarter of the year on chicken.more
As of July 10, the harvesting campaign is carried out in 17 regions of the country, 2.9 million tons has been grinded. Pea crops were collected most of all - about a quarter of the planted area.more
The Government of Canada ratified the Free Trade Agreement with Ukraine (CUFTA), which will come into force on August 1, 2017. What agrarian products have the greatest prospects in this market?more
In June, the cost of vegetables and fruits increased, but starting from the third decade of June prices had began to decline.more
Committee on agribusiness issues SUP together with UCAB hold a round-table discussion entitled "The crisis in the fertilizer market: effective ways to overcome and prevent repetition."more
Overview of agricultural products imported from the EU countries in January – June 2017 within the framework of Ukraine - EU FTA.
According to the State Fiscal Service, over January – June 2017 comparing to the same period in 2016, import of cheese increased the most (almost by USD 6 billion) reaching USD 19.1 billion. Poland, Germany and France became the three largest suppliers of cheese to Ukraine.more
Taking into account the tendency of increasing lentil consumption in the world, Ukrainian agrarians have an opportunity to take their place in this niche market. The average price of lentils at the domestic market of Ukraine amounted to 511 USD per tonne, that is by 320 USD per tonne lower compared with average market value in the world. Despite the small volumes of Ukrainian exports in recent years, there is a tendency towards its increase.more
Overview of agricultural products imported from the EU countries in January - May 2017 within the framework of Ukraine - EU FTA.
According to the State Fiscal Service, over January - May 2017 comparing to the same period in 2016, import of cheese increased the most (almost by USD 5 billion) reaching USD 15.7 billion. Poland, Germany and France became the three largest suppliers of cheese to Ukraine.more