ANNOUNCED AS TEMPORARYNo
On 9 May 2012, the European Commission announced regulation 394/2012 amending the quantitative limit for out-of-quota exports of sugar.
Compared to the previous limit (cf. Related Measures), the limit was reduced from 1'350'000 tonnes to 650'000 tonnes.
The regulation also introduced the provision that the limit shall not apply to a number of jurisdictions that have signed trade agreements with the EU (cf. art.1(2) of regulation 394/2012), including Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Greenland, Serbia and the Faroe Islands.
The changed limits shall apply from 1 October 2012 to 30 September 2013. The limit was later on renewed:
However, the quota was raised on 12 March 2017. Hence, this intervention is no longer classified as implemented.
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