Ukraine is the 3rd largest supplier of Agri food products to the EU

The most important origins for EU agri-food imports over the past 12 months (EUR billion) were the USA (12.0), Brazil (11.7), followed by Ukraine (7.3) and China (6.1). Other significant origins were Argentina (5.1), Switzerland (4.7), Turkey (4.6) and Indonesia (4.1).

For the 12-month period from December 2018 to November 2019, agri-food imports from third countries accounted for EUR 119.2 billion, i.e. an increase of 2.7% compared to December 2017 to November 2018.

The most important origins for EU agri-food imports over the past 12 months (EUR billion) were the USA (12.0), Brazil (11.7), followed by Ukraine (7.3) and China (6.1). Other significant origins were Argentina (5.1), Switzerland (4.7), Turkey (4.6) and Indonesia (4.1).

On a year-on-year basis, the value of agri-food imports (in EUR billion, % change) continued to grow impressively from Ukraine (+1.95, +36%), which accounted for more than half of total import increase. Other significant import increases were recorded from China (+0.41, +7%),

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