Zero duty on the supply of Moldovan fruits and vegetables to Russia was extended


Zero duty on the supply of Moldovan fruits and vegetables to Russia was extended

01/11/2020

Zero duty on the import of vegetables, fruits and wine from Moldova to the Russian Federation extended until June 30, 2020

The Russian government has extended the zero duty on the import of vegetables, fruits and wine from Moldova to the Russian Federation until June 30, 2020, AgroXXI reports citing TASS information. The relevant resolution is published on the official Internet portal of legal information.

See also: Duty-free quota for the supply of Moldovan grapes, plums and cherries to the European Union will be increased

According to the document, the zero rate will continue to apply to Moldovan vegetables, fruits such as pears, apples, quinces, apricots, cherries, cherries, peaches and plums, as well as canned vegetables and natural grape wines, including fortified wines.

In 2014, Russia, fearing the re-export of European goods, introduced customs duties on goods from Moldova. This affected 19 export positions, including wine, vegetables, meat and canned products. In 2019, a zero duty was introduced for a number of positions, which was valid first until June 30, and then was extended until December 31.

Earlier EastFruit wrote that Russia and Moldova intend to expand the list of Moldovan agricultural producers and traders authorized to supply fruit and berry products to Russia.

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