Warsaw Business Journal reported with reference to Poland A.M.that the country is opening its market to the world, and has just liberalized its customs tariffs, which had restricted the import of Polish foodstuffs. The changes principally apply to food products such as red meat, dairy products and fruit.

"The lower tariffs for beef and pork are already valid. The new tariffs for poultry will be implemented when Ukraine joins the World Trade Organization," said Mikolaj Oniszczuk from the Polish Embassy in Ukraine. In many cases, the reduction in tariffs amounted to about 50%, which should help Polish companies in expanding exports to the Ukrainian market. Before the first payloads enter Ukraine, Polish companies still have to have Ukrainian certificates for their products.

Most firms are in the process of gathering the necessary documents. Although the general attitude of Polish companies is very optimistic, there are a few pessimists who are skeptical about the political stabilization of Ukraine.

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