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Dutch companies and international experts explore agri-food in Ukraine

17-19 May 2017 the Dutch Trade Mission to Vinnytsia took place with participation of 17 Dutch companies and international experts.

Vinnytsia is ranked as number 1 of gross output of agriculture including fruit & berries, potato, milk and honey production. This reflects in the Dutch participants of the trade mission. 17 Dutch companies joined, mainly active in agriculture and in providing services to the agricultural sector. It also reflects the core sectors of the Dutch economy; agri-food, horticulture and planting materials, logistics and bio-energy. Together with the Dutch participants, international partners joined to share their expertise of the international financial instruments that can be of support to the Ukrainian partners.

Read more: Trade mission to Vinnytsia - Post release

Publication date: 11/6/2017



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