Ukraine has expanded the list of goods for export that need to have a permission from the Ministry of Economy to five items: wheat, corn, poultry, chicken eggs and oil.
The relevant decree №207 was adopted by the Cabinet of Ministers at a meeting on Saturday, 5 March, and published on its website on Sunday, Interfax-Ukraine reports.
The decree expands the list of licensing and quotas for exports and imports subject that need licensing in 2022.
On 5 March, Prime Minister Denis Shmygal announced that the government had decided to restrict the export of a number of socially important goods and the raw materials from goods they are made, but did not specify specific product groups.
As a reminder, the government of Ukraine began work on creation of four funds for restoration of Ukraine after the military aggression of the Russian Federation. This was stated by Prime Minister Denis Shmygal in a video address.
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