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Serbian food export and trade agreement to Turkey amended

Christian Fernsby |
Amendments to a free trade agreement with Turkey that entered into force on June 1 also enable duty-free exports of Serbian raw and refined sunflower oil, baby beef, various vegetables and pet food.

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For the first time ever, Serbia has been given duty-free export quotas for baby beef (5,000 t), raw sunflower oil (25,000 t) and refined sunflower oil (10,000 t), sunflower seeds (15,000 t), soy beans (5,000 t), animal feed preparations (500 t), dog and cat food (500 t) and manti (500 t).

The amended FTA also doubles the annual peas quota to 700 t, the beans and green beans quotas to 600 t, the sweet corn quota to 2,000 t and the dried plums quota to 400 t, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia said in a statement.

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