Ukraine: industrial companies improving Kryvbas water basin

PJSC ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih hosted the meeting devoted to development of strategic approaches for improvement of the ecosystem of Ingul river basin within the Program to support the green modernization of the Ukrainian economy being implemented by German Society for International Cooperation “GIZ”. The main objective of the informative meeting was to find the efficient…

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Ukraine: AMKR obtains patent for elaborated method of practical use of steelmaking by-products in agriculture

PJSC ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih obtained a patent of Ukraine for elaborated method of practical use of steelmaking by-products in agriculture. Copyright protects the method of steelmaking slag usage as a fertilizer (ameliorant) for deoxidization of acidic soils and increase of harvest level of various agricultural crops. Development and application of a new method of soils…

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Ukraine: military prosecutors propose to halt foreign economic operations of Crimean Titanium

The military Prosecutor General’s Office of Southern region of Ukraine has proposed to the Economic Development and Trade Ministry of Ukraine to impose sanctions on Ukrainian Chemical Products (earlier Crimean Titanium, a part of Dmytro Firtash’s Group DF) in the form of temporary suspension of foreign economic operations, the ministry has reported on its website.…

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Ukraine: Metinvest credit ratings upgraded following successful debt restructuring

Metinvest B.V., the parent company of a vertically integrated group of steel and mining companies (“Metinvest”), announces that following the successful debt restructuring completed in March, international rating agencies Moody’s Investors Service (“Moody’s”) and Fitch Ratings (“Fitch”) have both upgraded Metinvest’s credit ratings to ‘Caa2’ (‘stable’ outlook) and ‘B’ (‘stable’ outlook), respectively. According to a…

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Ukraine: Metinvest denies buying DMK

Metinvest denies information in mass media of buying Dneprovsky Iron and Steel Works, a part of the Industrial Union of Donbass. The group also reported canceling all its labor connections with employees on the uncontrolled territories, including the ex-CEO of Yenakievo Iron and Steel Works Alexander Podkorytov. “The contract with Podkorytov has not been prolonged.…

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