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MHP under scrutiny for paying low taxes

  • 10 Nov 12:58

MHP under scrutiny for paying low taxes Ukrainian poultry giant MHP allegedly uses letterbox companies in tax havens Luxembourg and Cyprus to avoid taxes to the Ukraine budget. “By routing finances provided by investors through its mailbox companies in Luxembourg and Cyprus, MHP has aggressively sought to avoid Ukrainian taxes,” says Vincent Kiezebrink, researcher at the Centre for Research on Multinational Corporations (SOMO) which conducted the research. “This is a company that has its roots as well as most of its operations in Ukraine, yet its parent company resides in Cyprus. MHP has shown to be willing to set up elaborate tax avoidance structures to avoid paying its. Read more...

Will The Ukrainian Poultry Industry Make Up For Its Decline In Production?

  • 29 Oct 12:02

Will The Ukrainian Poultry Industry Make Up For Its Decline In Production? Ukraine’s poultry population was declined by 2020.Data from government statistics show that the country’s poultry population fell 4.5 percent in October compared to 2019. The country’s poultry meat exports also declined in the first six months of this year, after an increasing golden period. Estimates show that poultry exports from the country in the first six months of this year compared to the same period last year decreased by more than 85,000 tons. Meanwhile, reports indicate that the MHP, as the largest producer of chicken meat in the country, has managed to regain its position in the international and domestic markets of the country with. Read more...

Decreased Poultry Exports By Ukraine

  • 23 Oct 12:13

Decreased Poultry Exports By Ukraine Poultry exports from Ukraine have been declining after an upward golden period. Estimates show that poultry meat exports from the country in the first six months of this year compared to the same period last year decreased by more than 85,000 tons. Statistics released by Ukrian Customs over the past few days confirm that poultry meat exports from this country in the first six months of 2020 were more than 323,000 tons. The exports of these products in the same period last year were more than 414,000 tons. It should be noted that the country’s poultry meat exports during the same period in 2017, was more than 271,000 tons, which by 2018 and 2019 increased by. Read more...

Export Of Ukrainian Poultry Products To Iran

  • 22 Oct 10:41

Export Of Ukrainian Poultry Products To Iran Iran will import corn, soybeans, chicken meat, and eggs from Ukraine.The Ministry of Economic Development, Trade, and Agriculture of Ukraine has announced that the Livestock Support Company of the Islamic Republic of Iran has sent a request to purchase products such as eggs, corn, and soybeans from this country. In recent weeks, it seems that the shortage of corn and soybeans in Iran has caused a decrease in poultry production in this country. This issue has led to an increase in the price of eggs and chicken meat in this country, and its government is trying to regulate prices in its domestic market by importing this product. Experts believe that carrying out. Read more...

Ukrainian Beef exports valued at $52 million

  • 19 Oct 10:35

Ukrainian Beef exports valued at $52 million AsLatifundist Mediareports, Beef exports from Ukraine in January-August 2020 in value amounted to $51,73 million. This is evidenced by the data of the Ukrainian State Customs Service. At the same time beef exports in volume over 8 months of 2020 were up to 15,05 thousand Mt. In January-August, Ukraine shipped 13,5 thousand Mt of frozen beef valued at $47,21 million. Main markets for Ukrainian frozen beef exports were: China – 3,43 thousand Mt at $12 million (25.44%); Azerbaijan – 3,04 thousand Mt at $10.64 million (22.53%); Kazakhstan – 2,3 thousand Mt at $8.08 million (17.10%); others – 4,71 thousand Mt at $16.49. Read more...

How viruses shaped a new reality for Ukraine

  • 30 Sep 10:22

How viruses shaped a new reality for Ukraine Market situations can differ from country to country; this becomes clear when listening to Oksana Yurchenko, president of the Association of Ukrainian Pig Breeders. Where Covid-19 led to supply chain problems in the US, Ukraine’s commercial production had a different experience. Long beforeAfrican Swine Fever(ASF) crossed the borders of Germany, the virus had already emerged in Ukraine. The country has been facing the virus since 2012 and learned the devastating consequences. In recent years, the country’s swine sector has been recovering bit by bit – then a new virus showed up: Covid-19. Oksana Yurchenko, president of the Association of. Read more...

Export of Ukrainian poultry producers at risk

  • 7 Sep 10:25

Export of Ukrainian poultry producers at risk The planned reorganisation of Ukraine’s state regulator Gosprodpotrebzlyuzba may temporarily block poultry export from Ukraine. This was stated by Sergey Karpenko, the Executive Director of the Union of Poultry Breeders of Ukraine, said during a press conference in Kyiv on August 28. Vet certificates will become invalid During the last 5 years, Ukrainian poultry exports grew 3 fold, Karpenko estimated. The access to quite a few markets is provided through veterinary certificates signed by Gosprodpotrebzlyuzba. The reorganisation reform would mean that existing certificates could become invalid and this might disrupt the country’s poultry. Read more...

Ukraine's animal inventory down

  • 9 Jul 09:59

Ukraine's animal inventory down From cattle to pigs, sheep, goats and poultry the country's livestock is declining. Ukrainian livestock is down this year on every sector, according to the State Statistics Service. Data compiled by the statisticians shows the cattle inventory in Ukraine as of June 1, 2020, amounted to 3.47 million animals, which is 6.6% less than on the same date in 2019. The pig herd has also dropped by 5.9%, to 5.97 million animals, whilst the number of sheep and goats has decreased by 6.3%, to 1.49 million animals. A similar situation was reported in poultry, an unusual decrease of 1.5% from 2019 to 231.12 million birds. Last year, cattle numbers in the country have. Read more...

Ukraine's dairy sector sees strong revenue slump

  • 26 May 08:54

Ukraine's dairy sector sees strong revenue slump Ukraine’s dairy sector has seen the strongest revenue decline in 6 years. In April 2020, Ukraine’s dairy index slumped 14.7%, according to Andriy Yarmak, economist of FAO investment center. The Ukrainian dairy index reflects how much money an average Ukraine dairy farmer earns from producing and selling 1 litre of milk. That figure was around 3.9 hryvnias (€0.13) in April as compared to 5.1 hryvnias (€0.17) at the beginning of the year, Yarmak estimated. The last time such a strong slump was recorded was in April of 2014, when it went down by 26.2%, following the Russian annexation of Crimea and the beginning of the armed conflict in the. Read more...

Slight decrease in Ukrainian poultry exports

  • 13 May 11:03

Slight decrease in Ukrainian poultry exports Egg shipments are the most impacted but, at the same time, imports have dropped as well. There was a slight sign of decline in the Ukrainian poultry meat exports in the first four months of the year. According to the State Customs Service, over January-April 2020, poultry exports have dropped by 0.5% compared with the same period last year, totaling 137,850 tonnes. In monetary terms, the export of these products decreased by 10.4%, to $178.62 million, reflecting the lost value in foodservice. Ukraine reduced egg exports by 29.4%, to 37,170 tonnes, losing 29.5% in value, to $33.44 million in the reporting period. At the same time, imports of poultry meat and. Read more...