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The government approved quotas for the export of cereals, flour and oil

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At today’s session, the Government of Serbia approved monthly quotas for the export of 150,000 tons of wheat and corn, 20,000 tons of flour and eight million liters of refined sunflower oil, Tanjug has learned from the Ministry of Agriculture.

“Upon request, it will be possible to request approval for export of a maximum of 20 percent of the approved quantities per group of products on a monthly basis.” In case the exporters do not export or exceed the approved quantities, they will not be able to submit a request for export next month “, it is stated in the announcement.

Applications can be submitted from the 20th to the 25th of the current month for the following month, while for May, applications will be submitted from the 22nd to the 28th of April. The quotas were determined at the suggestion of the Association of Grains of Serbia, whose representatives had a meeting with Prime Minister Ana Brnabic last week. They then proposed exporting 350,000 tons of grain a month and free export of flour, Politika reports.

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