As regards more sensitive products such as meat, dairy, fruit, vegetables and ornamental plants, Norway will grant some tariff quotas or tariff reductions. In particular, Norway will offer some opening of its meat market in the form of tariff quotas (900 tons bovine meat; 600 tons swine meat, 800 tons poultry meat), on the condition that when a future WTO agreement is implemented, these quantities are transformed into WTO MFN quotas.
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