Ukraine, Metals and mining

In March, the Ukraine increased steel production

In March 2017, Ukrainian metallurgical enterprises produced 1.036 million tons of finished rolled ferrous metals.

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The Ukraine reduced coal consumption by 37.7% in March

In March 2017 the Ukraine reduced coal consumption by almost 37.7% to 2.86 mln tons against March 2016.
Compared with February 2017 coal consumption in March fell by 26.1%.

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Coal mining fell by 11% in the Ukraine in Q1 2017

Coal mining fell by 11.3% to 6.7 mln tons in the Ukraine in Q1 2017 against Q1 2016, the Statistics Service reports.
Coal mining in March 2017 fell by 17.7% to 2 mln tons.

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Ferrous metals export from the Ukraine to Russia grew by more than twice

In January-February 2017 the export of goods from the Ukraine to Russia made up $576.58 mln, which is by 54.4% higher than in January-February 2016, the State Statistics Service reports.

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The Zaporozhye iron ore plant will pay the Czechs, the Slovaks and Rinat Akhmetov 1.4 billion hryvnia in dividends.

On May 31 shareholders of PJSC "Zaporozhye Iron Ore Plant" intend to consider the issue of paying 1.361 billion UAH in dividends for 2014-2015, the company's message on holding a meet

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Russian became the main coal imported to the Ukraine

On the result last month coal reserves at the Ukrainian thermal power plants grew by 5.2%.

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DTEK purchases coal in South Africa.

Thus, it begins to form anthracite reserves at the TPPs in preparation for the autumn-winter period 2017-2018.

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The Ukraine may introduce a moratorium on the bankruptcy of mines.

The Prime Minister of the Ukraine Vladimir Groisman supported the introduction of a temporary moratorium on the bankruptcy of state mines before their restructuring, Groisman stated at a meeting of

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Prime Minister of the Ukraine opposes coal purchase from Russia

Because of the deficit of coal of the anthracite group, which arose in connection with the blockade of the territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions, the Ukraine must import coal from different co

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Moody’s increased rating of Ferrexpo

Moody’s has increased the corporate rating of Ferrexpo plc (UK) from Caa3 to Caa2, Moody’s reports.

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