THE EUROPEAN Union has lifted all quotas on imports of clothing products from Ukraine, following confirmation that Ukraine has lowered its tariff levels for EU textile exports, as agreed last year.

Brussels has also removed restrictive textile quotas for Sri Lankan clothing exports. In response, Sri Lanka will reduce and bind tariffs on EU clothing exports at 17.5%, with "a very limited range of exceptions."

And the Council of Ministers has lifted restrictions on trade in clothing and textiles with Bosnia-Herzegovina, ...

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