Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the EU’s Eastern Partnership region have the potential to create jobs and drive economic growth. Obstacles such as limited access to finance, burdensome legislation and difficulties entering new markets are hindering their progress. The European Union’s EU4Business breaks down these barriers with finance, support and training to help small businesses realise their full potential. EU4Business support is delivered together with other organisations such as the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank.

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Ukrainian farmers will be able to export more duty-free wheat and other cereals to the EU under an agreement that comes into effect end of September 2017.
The EU Council has agreed to expand zero-tariff trade quotas for a range of Ukrainian agricultural and industrial products. The measure is expected to result in increased revenues for Ukrainian companies of around €170...

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