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Russia Has Become the Main Supplier Of Coal to Ukraine
13.10.2017 13:10
Russia Has Become the Main Supplier Of Coal to Ukraine

Russia has become the main supplier of coal to Ukraine in January-September 2017.

      Kiev has increased the purchase of black coal abroad by half in annual terms - up to 1.9 billion dollars - since the beginning of the year. During this period Russian supplies accounted for 55 percent of all Ukrainian imports - 1.04 billion dollars. Ukraine bought coal from the US for $ 478 million (25 percent of total imports), from Canada – for $ 116 million (six percent). The coal from other countries was imported for $ 262 million, according to the data of the State Fiscal Service.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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