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Russia's food ban could affect €70m worth of Irish exports

Bord Bia’s chief executive Aidan Cotter has said that up to €70 million worth of Irish food exports could be affected by a one-year ban imposed by Russia on imports from the EU.

8th August, 2014
Bord Bia has established a support unit to assist exporters affected by the ban

Bord Bia’s chief executive Aidan Cotter has said that up to €70 million worth of Irish food exports could be affected by a one-year ban imposed by Russia on imports from the EU.

The ban is Russian President Vladimir Putin’s response to western-imposed sanctions over the Ukraine crisis.

Russia has already banned a number of meat, fruit, vegetable and dairy imports from the EU, US, Australia, Canada and Norway.

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