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Flaxseed: freight costs from Kazakhstan increase massively

April 14, 2022 4:43 PM, Der AUDITOR
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NUR-SULTAN/OTTAWA. Since last weekend, new restrictions have been in place for transports from Russia and Belarus to the EU. As part of the European Union's fifth major sanctions package against Russia, trucks and container ships from these two countries have been banned from entering the EU since Saturday.

Rejection despite exceptions?

Clear exceptions have also been defined here. In addition, there is a transitional period until 16 April, by which time transport service providers already in the EU have the option of leaving the EU countires. Germany Trade & Invest published an article on this topic last Wednesday (13.04.), indicating which goods may nevertheless continue to be transported to the EU by Russian and Belarusian hauliers with the relevant licences. The selected product groups include fuels, various metals and ores, pharmaceutical produc

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