UPDATE Grainy days for the EU single-market as cereal import ban expired? (enr)

UPDATE Grainy days for the EU single-market as cereal import ban expired? (enr)

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The temporary import ban on Ukrainian grain for the country's five EU neighbours ended on September 15. Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland - parliamentary elections are due in the latter two in the upcoming weeks - unilaterally extended their bans to the dismay of the EU. Ukraine consequently filed a complaint with the World Trade Organisation. CE Report quoting Agerpres

On September 15 the European Commission decided not to extend its ban on Ukrainian grain imports - specifically wheat, maize, sunflower and rapeseed - that applied to the country's EU neighbours Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Romania and Bulgaria.

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