Lisichanskugol has chosen the Industrial company Obogatitel to process 35 million UAH worth of coal.
Ukraine’s exports of ferronickel fell 7.3% YoY, to 74,900 tons, in January-September, down from 80,830 tons exported in January-September 2014, the State Statistics Service reported.
German specialists have teamed to modernize and make Dniepropetrovsk region mines safe.
Russia hasn’t taken any official decisions on stopping coal deliveries to Ukraine, said Alexei Likhachev, the head of the Ministry for economical development of the Russian Federation.
Lvivugol has received 5 million UAH from the state enterprise Ugol Ukrainy (Coal of Ukraine) for coal supplied to the thermal power stations.
The self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic has stopped coal deliveries to Ukraine.
The Eurasian Economic Commission intends to impose antidumping duties on stainless seamless cold- and hot-deformed pipes with up to 426 mm diameter from Ukraine.
Krasnoarmeyskugol is going to buy 6.97 million worth of chains from Artemovsk Machine-Building Works “Vistek”.
Metinvest companies have received automatic VAT reimbursement, says the head of the State Fiscal Service Roman Nasirov.
Russia has stopped supplying power-generating and coking coal to Ukraine.
DTEK promises to pay Cleaning-Service that now employs workers from Dobropolyeugol mines.
The Central Processing Factory Pavlogradskaya has processed its 4 million tons of coal from the start of the year. This coal is supplied to 5 Ukrainian thermal power stations.
The Verkhovnaya Rada of Ukraine has made amendments to the Tax code and freed coal deliveries from VAT from July 1, 2017.
In January-September Ukraine increased its iron ore raw materials exports to Turkey by 21.3% YoY, to 1.05 million tons.
In January-September Donetsk region export (not counting the antiterrorist operation zone) totaled $2.8 billion, down 2.5 times YoY.
A decree has been registered in the Parliament that presupposes the allocation of funds to compensate the salary debts and pay wages to miners this year.