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Export ban on skimmed milk powder lifted

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The government on Monday notified lifting of the ban on exports of skimmed milk powder to of and help milk producers. The government had decided to lift the export ban, amid surplus availability of milk. Exports of milk and cream, concentrated or containing added sugar or other sweetening matter, including whole milk powder, dairy whitener and are still prohibited.

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Export ban on skimmed milk powder lifted

The government on Monday notified lifting of the ban on exports of skimmed milk powder to improve finances of dairy firms and help milk producers. The government had decided to lift the export ban, amid surplus availability of milk. Exports of milk and cream, concentrated or containing added sugar or other sweetening matter, including whole milk powder, dairy whitener and infant milk foods are still prohibited.

The government on Monday notified lifting of the ban on exports of skimmed milk powder to of and help milk producers. The government had decided to lift the export ban, amid surplus availability of milk. Exports of milk and cream, concentrated or containing added sugar or other sweetening matter, including whole milk powder, dairy whitener and are still prohibited.

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