EUROPEAN Union ministers have been asked to officially sanction previously agreed trade concessions for Polish confectionary exporters, until the eastern European country becomes a Member State next year. The European Commission has proposed that concessions - widening low or zero-rated import quotas for many Polish confectionary products and ingredients or removing quantitative restrictions altogether - are written into the existing EU-Poland association agreement.

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