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Business called TOP-5 problems of grain market in Ukraine

28/ 09/ 2017
  The European Business Association (EBA) highlighted a number of key issues that concern grain market representatives in Ukraine. They were voiced by the commercial director of the Committee for Cereal and Oilseeds of the EBA Irina Dusnik. We identified 5 main issues that are disturbing the grain industry at this stage - the lack of grain wagons, the presence of a gray grain market, the holding by private companies of phytosanitary procedures, the creation of equal conditions for all market players in the formation of joint export batches at elevators, diversification of export markets and expansion of the list of exported products to China, Dushnik said. She also noted the constructive actions of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and stressed that it would be desirable to proportionally reduce the factors hindering the progress of the industry. There are many urgent tasks for which it is necessary to find correct and weighted solutions. The main thing in this process is not to forget about the deregulatory steps that have been taken over the past 4 years, in order not to revive the control mechanisms that will be cast aside by us several years ago and will fall on the shoulders of agricultural producers, Dushnik said. Source: AgroPortal

The European Business Association (EBA) highlighted a number of key issues that concern grain market representatives in Ukraine.

They were voiced by the commercial director of the Committee for Cereal and Oilseeds of the EBA Irina Dusnik.

“We identified 5 main issues that are disturbing the grain industry at this stage – the lack of grain wagons, the presence of a gray grain market, the holding by private companies of phytosanitary procedures, the creation of equal conditions for all market players in the formation of joint export batches at elevators, diversification of export markets and expansion of the list of exported products to China,” Dushnik said.

She also noted the constructive actions of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and stressed that it would be desirable to proportionally reduce the factors hindering the progress of the industry.

“There are many urgent tasks for which it is necessary to find correct and weighted solutions. The main thing in this process is not to forget about the deregulatory steps that have been taken over the past 4 years, in order not to revive the control mechanisms that will be cast aside by us several years ago and will fall on the shoulders of agricultural producers,” Dushnik said.

Source: AgroPortal

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