As of June 28, 2021, Ukraine has completely exhausted the individual tariff quota for groups 2 (cold-rolled flat products from unalloyed and alloyed steel), 7 (heavy-plate products from unalloyed and alloyed steel), 14 (rods, bars and small grade stainless steel), 21 (hollow profile), 22 (seamless stainless steel tubes), 24 (other seamless tubes) and 27 (cold rolled unalloyed and alloyed steel bars). The lowest consumption is in group 17 (corners and profiles made of iron and unalloyed steel, 15.28%).
As for group 20 (gas pipes), in relation to which Ukraine is a member of the global tariff quota, then, as of June 28, 2021, its quota has been fully exhausted.
Ukraine has an individual tariff quota for 11 categories.
According to the decision of the European Commission dated May 29, 2020, from July 1, 2020, the rules for the use of tariff quotas for the import of metal products to the EU countries have come into force, they are valid until June 30, 2021. 04/01/2021 to 06/30/2021) countries have exhausted their individual tariff quota, but with a number of restrictions, which are called “access modes”.
Mode 1 : Banned – that is, countries that have exhausted their individual tariff quota are denied the right to use the global tariff quota.
Group 16 (wire rod made of unalloyed and alloyed steel) and group 27 (cold-rolled rods made of unalloyed and alloyed steel) fall into this category of the categories for which Ukraine has an individual tariff quota.