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Russia International | Trading  | 20.09.22

Russia Offered EU Transfer Blocked Fertilizers for Free to Countries in Need, But No Response


Russian President, Vladimir Putin, called the EU’s refusal to respond to Russia’s proposal to transfer free Russian fertilizers from European ports to developing countries free of charge cynical.  “The height of cynicism is that even our offer for free, I want to emphasize this, to transfer 300,000 [tonnes] of Russian fertilizers blocked in European ports

Trading | Business  | 01.09.22

Russian Official Named Main Sales Markets of Country’s Gold  


The Middle East, India, and Asia can become the three main markets for Russian gold, the Head of the Ministry of Regional Development, Alexei Chekunkov, said in an interview with RIA Novosti.  According to the Minister, there is a high demand for Russian gold, which remains the keeper of values in international financial circulation for

Almost 30 Estonian Companies Ask to Lift Anti-Russian Sanctions  


Twenty-eight Estonian companies ask to be temporarily exempted from EU sanctions against Russia in order to continue importing petroleum products from there, as reported by the portal of the state television and radio broadcasting ERR with reference to Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu.  As reminded, according to the restrictions imposed by the EU against Moscow

Belarus to Increase Exports to Russia by Almost 1.5 Times


Belarus plans to increase exports to Russia by 1.4 times this year, including by increasing cooperation with Russian industrial enterprises, as stated by Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister Pyotr Parkhomchik.  “We are increasing very well the export of our products [to Russia]. For six months there was an increase of almost 1.3 times. The task was

Russia Presented Proposals Package for Grain Export From Black Sea Ports


Russia has submitted for consideration a package of proposals for an early practical solution to the issue of organizing the export of agricultural products from the Black Sea ports at the negotiations in Turkey. This was announced on Wednesday, July 13, by the official representative of the Russian Defense Ministry, Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov.  “Representatives

Trading | Business  | 31.05.22

Quotas for Nitrogen Fertilizers Export From Russia Extended Till 2023


The Government of the Russian Federation has extended quotas for the export of nitrogen and complex nitrogen-containing fertilizers. The signing of the relevant resolution was announced by the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers.  For nitrogen fertilizers, the quota will be about 8.3 million tonnes, for complex fertilizers, a little more than 5.9 million

Trading | Business  | 30.05.22

Russia Introduces Quotas for Ferrous Scrap Export


The Government of the Russian Federation from June 1 to July 31 introduces tariff quotas for the export of scrap and waste of ferrous metals. This was announced by the press service of the Cabinet of Ministers on Monday, May 30, 2022.  In 2021, the Cabinet of Ministers of Russia, against the background of rising

Three EU Countries to Be Exempted From Embargo on Russian Oil


The EU proposes to give Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic the opportunity to keep importing Russian oil until 2024, as Bloomberg reports. According to the source of Bloomberg, they want to give these countries time to abandon Russian oil until December 31, 2024.  It is noted that Brussels proposes to introduce the exception for

Trading | Business  | 18.03.22

Russian Oil Exports to India Quadrupled in March 2022


Russian oil exports to India increased fourfold in March this year, which indicates a redistribution of global energy flows after the situation around Ukraine, as the Financial Times reported.   According to the publication, India, which is the third largest country in the world in terms of energy consumption, bought several shipments of Russian oil, as

Trading | Business  | 15.03.22

Russian Agriculture Ministry May Ban Grain Exports


Russia may ban the export of wheat, rye, barley, and corn from March 15 to June 30, which was announced on Monday, March 14, by the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation.  “The Ministry of Agriculture, together with the Ministry of Industry and Trade, has prepared a draft government decree