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22 September 2019

UCAB in media

02.10.2017

Apple losses. Will the main Ukrainian vitamin be in deficit?

Every third fruit tree in the Ukrainian garden - an apple tree. No one could even imagine that these fruits would be in deficit this season. Due to bad weather conditions, apples have risen in price considerably, comparing with the past year.

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14.10.2014

While importers are dodging currency devaluation, Ukrainian pig farmers are turning a decent profit

While importers are dodging currency devaluation, Ukrainian pig farmers are turning a decent profit

Ukrainians have reduced consumption of foreign pork. Over nine months of 2014 pork imports to Ukraine dropped 4.2 times to 26.185 mn t (US $68.01 mn) compared to the same period in 2013, according to the State Fiscal Service. President of the Association of Pig Producers Artur Loza says the share of imports of pork in 2013 reached 25–30%.

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14.10.2014

Ukraine’s moribund economy hurting many

Ukraine’s moribund economy hurting many

At a protest outside the Central Bank in Kyiv, with ordinary Ukrainians finding it punishingly difficult to pay for basic goods, they have been demonstrating against monetary policy.

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08.08.2014

Ukrainian grain harvest is likely to meet expectations of 60m tonnes this year

Ukrainian grain harvest is likely to meet expectations of 60m tonnes this year

The Ukrainian Agribusiness Club (UCAB) expects the 2014 harvest to be in line with expectations of between 58-60 million tonnes. Whereas the acreage sown in 2014 is similar to that of last years, increases in yield are expected to boost the overall tonnage of this years harvest.

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04.08.2014

Russia places ban on Ukrainian dairy products

Russia places ban on Ukrainian dairy products

Russia has placed a ban on all dairy imports from Ukraine, which came into effect on Thursday, July 28.

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24.07.2014

Cancelation of tax benefits to touch almost all agricultural business in Ukraine, to stop sector development, say experts

Cancelation of tax benefits to touch almost all agricultural business in Ukraine, to stop sector development, say experts

The revision of tax benefits in agriculture proposed by the government will touch almost all agricultural producers and will lead to losses of many of them, especially livestock companies.

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08.07.2014

Kharkiv, in eastern Ukraine, looks west as war next door imperils its Russian market

Kharkiv, in eastern Ukraine, looks west as war next door imperils its Russian market

After 20 years of running a large commercial tube-manufacturing plant out of eastern Ukraine’s biggest city, Leonid Filshtinskiy is moving some of his operations westward — to Spain.

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10.06.2014

Russia milk output hopes drop, bucking world trend

Russia milk output hopes drop, bucking world trend

At last, an important dairy economy has emerged as showing disappointing milk production – not that this may do much to stem the tide in falling prices.

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29.05.2014

Ukranian milk producers hit by Russian ban

Ukranian milk producers hit by Russian ban

Ukranian milk producers have lost €9 million a month since after Russia banned dairy imports from a number of suppliers.

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16.05.2014

Ukraines sowings outlook darkens, unlike in Russia

Ukraines sowings outlook darkens, unlike in Russia

Credit constraints, and rising prices of farm inputs, in Ukraine will prompt a fall up of up 10% in spring sowings in the crisis-hit country, an industry group warned, as Black Earth Farming unveiled a more optimistic assessment for Russia.

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31.03.2014

Livestock Dairy agriculture

Ukraine – Livestock, Dairy & Partnership Opportunities

Continuing our conversation with Taras Gagalyuk, Director of the AgriSurvey Agency within the Ukrainian Agribusiness Club in Kiev, Agriland explores the livestock sector in Ukraine. We also discuss partnership opportunities for Ireland in Ukrainian Agribusiness.

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31.03.2014

Ukraine Farmers

Ukraine’s Next Casualties Could Be Its Farmers

After taking part in protests that toppled President Viktor Yanukovych in February, some Ukrainian farmers rushed back to their land to prepare for spring planting.

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31.03.2014

As EU moves to cut tariffs, Ukrainian agriculture smells more money ahead

The European Commission has decided to slash custom duties for 82-95 percent of Ukraine’s products. The measure, which could come into force on June 1, was passed on March 11 and is expected to provide a big boost to the sector.

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26.03.2014

Ukrainian Agribusiness  Opportunity & Potential

Ukrainian Agribusiness – Opportunity & Potential

With all the dramatic pictures, and turmoil being presented from Ukraine on our TV screens in recent weeks, it is easy to forget Ukraine’s key strengths and great potential. This is especially true in Agriculture and Food

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18.03.2014

Ukraine turmoil could spark 'food crisis'

Ukraine turmoil could spark 'food crisis'

Ukraine is at risk of seeing a food "crisis" emerge from its political turmoil, the Ukrainian Agribusiness Club said, warning that the country's "difficult" situation may cost it 11m tonnes in grains production.

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17.03.2014

Lack of funds may cut Ukraine 2014 grain harvest by 11 mln T -analyst

Lack of funds may cut Ukraine 2014 grain harvest by 11 mln T -analyst

Ukraine, gripped by political turmoil for more than three months, could lose about 11 million tonnes of grain in the 2014 harvest due to a sharp decrease in sowing area caused by a shortage of funds, analyst UCAB said on Monday.

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10.02.2014

Interview with Olexandr Verzhykhovskiy, CEO of Ukraine’s Agrarian Business Club.

Interview with Olexandr Verzhykhovskiy, CEO of Ukraine’s Agrarian Business Club

Interview with Olexandr Verzhykhovskiy, CEO of Ukraine’s Agrarian Business Club.

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09.01.2014

Sunflower seed market stabilized by national enterprises - Ukrainian Agribusiness Club

Sunflower seed market stabilized by national enterprises - Ukrainian Agribusiness Club

In September-November of 2013/2014 marketing year, sunflower seed export from Ukraine reduced by 80.1% or by 47,100 tonnes against the same period of 2012/2013 marketing year and made up only 11,700 tonnes. On the backdrop of the forecasted record-making gross yield of this crop at 10-10.6 million tonnes, the export rates appeared to be rather slow.

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