Ukraine: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards

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Two new veterinary certificates were negotiated during the past year: the certificate for live breeding cattle and the certificate for breeding pigs. This report provides additional information on certification of U.S. animal feeds and additives of plant origin imported into Ukraine. A broad range of products is covered in the report, which also contains certificate requirements for products that are not legally exportable to Ukraine or products for which market access negotiations are in progress.

Ukraine: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards

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