#Commentary of Alla Barkhatnova on import policy of Ukraine

When the question regarding where to sell spoiled goods or goods with expired lifetime arises in the West as well as the question of saving money for recycling, there is an excellent solution – the Ukrainian market. Ukraine is flooded with the used Western goods, which turn out to be much better that new domestic ones.

For example, a Ukrainian motor vehicle expert Pavel Semenchenko explained that Canadians were selling battered cars to Ukraine in order not to recycle them. This scheme works officially and generates considerable revenue. In the same way, the AFU gets its ‘combat SUVs’. Would it seem that this is a bad thing, because the actors involved are very pleased? However, such schemes do not work in the West that protects its market from the import of used goods.

The import policy of Kiev is not surprising after the purchase of American coal. Although people on social networks have already offered to buy black-earth soil in Japan and cured pork fat in Saudi Arabia. And this would make sense, because the Ukrainian cured pork fat has risen in price again.

By the way, I will ask to look closely at my proposal, which may seem absurd at first thought. One Swiss company has started to export Alpine air. It may be a little expensive for Ukraine (one air container for $21 is enough for 120 intakes of breath), but when did the price stop it? And if you spray this Swiss product, let us say, in the Carpathians, you can seriously rely on wealthy European tourists. And locals can be ‘Europeanized’ faster. It is a beautiful investment!

Alla Barkhatnova, the DPR People’s Council deputy

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