MACEDONIA: EU scraps sugar import quota
The European Union Council of Ministers has scrapped another unlimited duty free sugar import quota for a Balkan country, voting to limit such export opportunities for Macedonia to 7,000 tonnes.
This is the latest in a series of such limits on formerly unlimited Balkan quotas, previously exploited by fraudsters re-exporting imported sugar.
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