As of 1 October, the EU opened its market for some agriculture and industrial goods produced in Ukraine. The new EU Regulation on autonomous tariff measures grants certain benefits for Ukrainian importers. For instance, it waives customs duties for Ukrainian fertilizers, aluminum products or consumer electronics, also giving advantages to EU entrepreneurs that trade or purchase goods or raw materials in those categories in Ukraine. Additionally, it introduces zero-tariff quotas for some agriculture products. The liberalisation of trade restrictions between the EU and Ukraine is an effect of the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement, and new similar measures will be implemented in the near future.