Ukraine’s agroportal website reported on January 5 that the Ukrainian Ministry of Economy, Trade and Agriculture reported on the status of agro-industrial complexes. From January to November 2020, Ukraine’s agricultural and food trade volume reached US$25.7 billion, an increase of 3%over the same period last year. Among them, exports were the same as last year, nearly 20 billion U.S. dollars; while imports increased by 14%to 5.7 billion U.S. dollars. Agricultural food exports accounted for 45%of total exports. In agricultural exports, cereals accounted for 43%, vegetable oils accounted for 25%, and oil crop seeds accounted for 8%. The market shares of export destination countries are:China (15.5%), India (6.4%), Egypt (6.3%), the Netherlands (6.2%), Turkey (4.5%), Spain (4.3%), Poland (3.5%) ), Indonesia (2.8%), Germany (2.6%), Italy (2.4%).