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Ukraine’s strategic importance in global critical raw material supply chains amid geopolitical dynamics

Ukraine's role in global supply chains for critical raw materials is increasingly pivotal amidst ongoing geopolitical challenges. These include the Russian invasion of Ukraine,...

Adapting Russian commodity markets amid international sanctions

The geopolitical landscape has shifted dramatically for Russia following the invasion of Ukraine, leading to significant repercussions for its role as a major commodities...

Sydvaranger acquisition: GRANGEX expands amidst Russian ore exodus

The withdrawal of Russian ore from the European market is fueling increased demand for companies like Sydvaranger, according to Christer Lindquist, leader of GRANGEX....

Nornickel shifts strategy: Closing Arctic copper plant, setting up smelter in China

Nornickel, a major Russian nickel and palladium mining company, is adjusting its strategy in response to Western sanctions by shutting down its Arctic copper...

Exploring Europe’s mining heritage: From tradition to innovation

Europe's mining sector has left an indelible mark on the continent's history, driving economic growth and societal transformation for centuries. While its global dominance...

Pizhemskoye titanium field: Russia’s strategic development initiative

The Rustitan group, a leading titanium producer in Russia, is set to commence the first phase of development at the Pizhemskoye titanium field, the...

Ongoing trade of Russian nickel and fertilizers to Finland amid Ukraine conflict

Amidst the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, railway transports of Russian nickel and fertilizers to Finland persist into their third year, even after the Finnish...

EU witnesses substantial drop in 2023 imports of Russian iron and steel products amid ongoing sanctions

The main share of imports falls on semi-finished products – 69.4% of the total volume of deliveries In 2023, the European Union reduced imports of...

A major Chinese construction and engineering company agrees to help develop Russia’s largest titanium deposit located in the Arctic

Expansion of an Arctic deepwater port and a new railroad to the port are also part of the development plans. Chinese investment and interest in...
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