Ukraine increased the export of poultry meat and by-products by 7.7% to 359,540 tonnes in January-October 2020 compared to the same period in 2019, the State Customs Service said.
According to its data, the export of these products decreased in monetary terms by 2.3% to $468.53 million.
At the same time, the import of poultry meat and by-products decreased by 16.3% to 90,920 tonnes in 10 months this year, in monetary terms by 12.3%, to $37.96 million.
According to the State Customs Service, pork export increased by 29.1% to 2,310 tonnes. These products were exported for $5.09 million, which is 28.7% more than in January-October 2019.
Pork import to Ukraine increased by 16.5% to 23,820 tonnes in 10 months 2020, in monetary terms by 21.2%, to $47.26 million.
In addition, during the specified period, Ukraine reduced the export of eggs by 18.2% to 96,130 tonnes, in monetary terms by 8.4%, to $85.93 million.
Import of eggs fell by 44.5% to 2,490 tonnes in January-October 2020, in monetary terms by 50%, to $8.84 million.
As reported, Ukraine in 2019 increased the export of poultry meat and by-products by 26% to 414,500 tonnes compared to 2018, import by 0.6%, to 131,200 tonnes. Pork export increased by 28.6% to 2,300 tonnes, while import decreased by 18.8% to 23,200 tonnes.
At the end of the fourth five-year period, the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) will revise anti-dumping restrictions on the supply of Certain Cut-to-length Carbon Steel Plate to the American market from Ukraine, Russia and China.
According to the USITC report in the Federal Register bulletin, the start of the review is set for November 2, the deadline for responses from participants in the review procedure is December 2, 2020.
During the revision procedure, USITC will determine the possibility of abolishing anti-dumping duties on these products from China, as well as ending the suspension of the investigation on this type of rental from the Russian Federation and Ukraine – to what extent this may lead to the continuation or renewal of damage to local manufacturers of these products in the United States.
Ukraine in January-September 2020 imported 5.793 million tonnes of petroleum products (according to foreign trade activity code 2710, petrol, diesel fuel, fuel oil, jet fuel, etc.), which is 4.3% less than in the same period of 2019.
According to the State Fiscal Service, petroleum products were imported in the amount of $2.5 billion, which is 34.6% less than in January-September 2019.
Fuel imports from Russia amounted to $940.081 million (a share of 37.6%), Belarus to $842.578 million (33.7%), Lithuania to $302.246 million (12.09%), from other countries to $415.427 million (16.61%).
In addition, in January-September 2020, Ukraine exported 258,880 tonnes (42.5% less compared to January-September 2019) of petroleum products for a total amount of $105.332 million (51.2% less). The cost of fuel delivered to contractors from Latvia amounted to $20.289 million, Hungary some $10.165 million, Romania some $9.008 million, and from other countries some $65.859 million.
Ukrainian enterprises reduced the import of copper and copper products in value terms by 7.4% in January-September 2020 compared to the same period in 2019, to $81.317 million.
According to customs statistics released by the State Customs Service of Ukraine, export of copper and copper products decreased 12.7%, to $55.083 million in the first nine months of 2020.
In September, copper and copper products were imported in the tune of $10.739 million, exported to the tune of $7.397 million.
In addition, Ukraine in January-September reduced the import of nickel and nickel products by 11.8% compared to the same period in 2019, to $55.25 million (in September amounted to $8.149 million), aluminum and aluminum products by 4.3%, to $283.561 million ($34.997 million). At the same time, the import of lead and lead products decreased 42.7%, to $6.05 million ($1.691 million), tin and tin products decreased 39.8%, to $1.713 million ($292,000), zinc and zinc products decreased by 33.6%, to $37.289 million ($5.795 million).
In January-September 2020, export of aluminum and aluminum products increased 0.1% compared with January-September 2019, to $77.049 million (in September amounted to $10.303 million), lead and lead products fell by 6.1%, to $18.007 million ($2.782 million), nickel and nickel products decreased by 49.3%, to $1.966 million ($296,000). Zinc exports in January-September 2020 amounted to $68,000, while in the same period of 2019 amounted to $463,000 ($12,000 in September). The export of tin and tin products in January-September 2020 amounted to $92,000, while in the same period of 2019 amounted to $33,000 (the export amounted to $3,000 in September).
Ukraine exported 4,060 tonnes of cheese in January-September 2020, which is 21.1% less than in the same period in 2019.
According to the State Customs Service, in monetary terms, exports decreased by 16.3% and amounted to $15.61 million.
At the same time, import of cheese in the first nine months of 2020 increased by 2.3 times, to 33,740 tonnes, in monetary terms by 2.2 times, to $148.86 million.
Exports of Ukrainian butter decreased 43.7%, to 8,540 tonnes, and in monetary terms 40.5%, to $37.43 million. Import of this product in the reporting period amounted to 9,010 tonnes ($35.38 million) against 1,330 tonnes ($7.19 million) in January-September 2019.
According to the ministry, export of milk and cream (condensed) in the first nine months of 2020 decreased 30.3%, to 21,540 tonnes. Ukraine supplied condensed milk and cream for a total of $43.6 million, which is 33.5% less than in January-September last year. Import of this group of goods increased 3.2-fold, to 4,870 tonnes, in monetary terms by 3.3 times, to $10.95 million.