EU: Further liberalisation of agricultural trade with Estonia
In the framework of the so-called "double profit" agreements between the EU and candidate countries, the Commission today [Tuesday] adopted a proposal for a Council regulation in view of additional liberalisation of the agricultural trade with Estonia. The proposal foresees a total liberalisation of all ad valorem duties (for example for fruit and vegetables and juices, sheep meat and molasses) as well as an elimination within tariff quotas of the import duties for cereals, beef and veal, dairy products and eggs. Most other sectors - for example pig meat, poultry meat, fats and oils and a wide range of fruit and vegetables - were already liberalised in 2000.
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