Russian aggression

The bottleneck: why Danube ports cannot save Ukrainian exports

In recent years, the share of Danube ports in the total Ukraine’s freight shipment was 2.5-4.2%

Centravis produced 5.5 thousand tons of products in January-May

From the first days of the Russian aggression, the company cared about the safety of personnel, maintaining production and contacts with customers

ArcelorMittal paid over UAH 6 billion of taxes in January-May

Over UAH 3.3 billion was paid to the state budget, and UAH 861 million – to the local budget

Igor Tonev: “Metinvest-SMC has adapted to war-time work”

The company plans to ship 160 thousand tons of metal per month

Why sanctions against Russian steel export didn’t work

Voluntary exclusion of Russian products from the supply chain of companies can be more significant than country-level sanctions

Azov Shipyard was destroyed, Mariupol city council reported

Plant buildings destroyed during hostilities in Mariupol

President Zelensky considers processing industry growth a priority

Key economic goals of postwar recovery in Ukraine are also localization, military-industrial complex development, small and medium-sized businesses accelerating

Global pig iron supply not expected to improve
Global pig iron supply not expected to improve

Brazil couldn`t replace supply drop from Ukraine

Because of war only 27% of the wind capacity in Ukraine is working

Renewable energy sector in Ukraine is damaged

IMO clarified rules of insurance in the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov

Russian insurers can be confronted with difficulties while extension the reinsurance agreements and making payments in USD

Daily drug sales rose by 56.7% after the Russian invasion in Ukraine

Ukrainian pharmaceutical industry is trying to maintain drug supply