Russia’s aluminum exports decreased by 43.1% MoM, to 172,000 tons in April, the Federal Customs Service said on June 6.
In monetary terms, aluminum exports fell by 45.6%, to $325.9 million.
In January-April exports rose by 15.7% YoY, to 1.013 million tons in volume terms, but dropped by 41.9%, to $1.952 billion in monetary terms.
Copper exports grew by 20.1%, to 223,900 tons worth $1.536 billion, a 46.5% increase.
Nickel exports went down by 7.2%, to 44,600 tons with the cost rising by 29.4%, to $597.8 million. (Prime/Ukrainian metal)