REUTERS Ukrainian enterprises in January-March 2019 exported 316 tonnes of pork, which was 33.4% down year-over-year (y-o-y), while the exports in monetary terms decreased by the same figure, to US$702,000. Read alsoUkraine sees meat price hikes Meanwhile, pork imports into Ukraine over the period under review grew by 3.1 times, to 7,400 tonnes, while the imports in monetary terms rose by 3.3 times, to $13.5 million, according to customs statistics reports posted by Ukraine&#39;s State Fiscal Service (SFS) on its website. At the same time, the SFS reported a 38.5% increase in exports of poultry and by-products from Ukraine for the reporting period, to 103,500 tonnes, while the shipments onto foreign markets in monetary terms grew by 31.2%, to $146.9 million. Shipments of these products from abroad in the first three months totaled 30,600 tonnes, which was 0.6% down y-o-y. The imports of poultry and by-products in monetary terms were $12.3 million. As UNIAN reported earlier, Ukraine in 2018 reduced pork exports by over 33.4%, while boosting poultry shipments abroad by 21%.