Primorye paves the way for the export of Russian coal to India.

While the oil prices dropped dramatically, coal plays a special role in the energy market. The cost of solid fuel has also decreased, but at the current exchange rate the depreciation regains a plus. Due to the fall in freight rates of the Russian coal aroused particular interest in India. For the first time Primorye had taken Panamax-class cargo ship and had loaded it with 34.5 tons of Russian "anthracite" coal of higher quality for export to India, the press secretary of the "Terminal Astafyeva" Aleksandr Babchenko reported.

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