EU lawmakers set to grant massive tariff relief to Ukraine

By Alex Lawson (May 17, 2022, 5:12 p.m. EDT) – A key committee of European Union lawmakers has proposed legislation to spare Ukrainian goods from import duties as governments around the world seek to soften the blow Trade raised in Kyiv as Russia invades nears three-month mark.

The European Parliament’s International Trade Committee approved a temporary easing of trade restrictions on Ukrainian goods on Monday, with lawmakers stressing that Ukraine must be able to persist as a manufacturing hub in the face of aggression from Moscow. .

“The Kremlin’s brutal and unprovoked war has targeted Ukraine’s ability to trade – but the EU can and will step in to help revive bilateral relations…

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