In November Ukraine exported $9.62 million worth of ferrous metals scrap, with imports on the level of $0.13 million.
The Ministry of infrastructure plans to increase railroad transportation tariffs by 30% in 2016. This will lead to the further recession in Ukrainian economy.
The State Security Service and the State Fiscal Service have exposed a scheme to legalize coal, mined at the temporarily occupied territories.
In November Ukraine imported $9.67 million worth of manganese ore, while exports totaled $3.2 million.
The South African coal for Ukrainian thermal power stations would cost at least $70 per ton.
In November Ukraine exported $35.57 million worth of steel pipes, with exports on the level of $7.5 million.
In January-November major Ukrainian companies produced 777 thousand tons of ferrous pipes, down by 40.3% YoY.
In November Ukraine exported $200.18 million worth of steel semi-finished products, while imports totaled $2.16 million.
In November Ukraine imported $19.25 million worth of coke, with exports on the level of $3.12 million.
In November Ukraine produced 139.2 thousand tons of manganese concentrate and sinter, down by 5.6%, or by 8.3 thousand tons MoM.
Evraz Ukraine negates information about the conflict between the Evraz Sukhaya Balka management and the Independent Miners Union.
In November Ukraine exported $139.75 million worth of iron ore, with imports on the level of $8.87 million.
The Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseny Yatsenyuk admits the ferrous scrap export duty can increase.
In November Ukrainian metal companies consumed 150 million cubic meters of gas, down by 5.7%, or by 9 million cubic meters MoM.
On December 9, the Russian president Putin ordered to resume coal deliveries to Ukraine.