Council lifts trade barriers for agricultural imports from Moldova

EU agriculture and trade ministers decided on Monday to temporarily liberalize trade in seven agricultural products from Moldova. Tomatoes, garlic, table grapes, apples, cherries, plums and grape juice were still subject to restrictions. Once the new regulation enters into force, Moldova will be able to export at least twice the amount of these products to the European Union duty-free for one year.

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