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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...

Aluminum slid and nickel pared earlier gains after a package of US sanctions omitted any major curbs on Russian industrial metals

The action announced on Friday included measures against more than 500 people and entities linked to Russia’s war machine, but left the country’s base...

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...

Russia, Eligdar reports record gold production in 2022

Russian gold and tin miner Seligdar today announced production results for the full-year 2022. The company's gold production in 2022 amounted to a record 243...

The Kutyn heap leach facility is expected have an annual ore processing capacity of 1.3Mtpa.

Gold and silver mining company Polymetal has announced the production of first gold at its Kutyn mine in Khabarovsk, Russia. Located in Tugur-Chumikan, Khabarovsk, and...

Russian company has bought a majority stake in Armenia’s largest mining enterprise

Russian company has bought a majority stake in Armenia’s largest mining enterprise and immediately ceded part of it to the Armenian government. The GeoProMining group...

KAZ Minerals has announced that the Bankable Feasibility Study for the Baimskaya copper project in Russia has been completed

KAZ Minerals has announced that the Bankable Feasibility Study for the Baimskaya copper project in Russia has been completed and approved by the KAZ...

Russia ready for significant increase of domestic gold mining

Russia plans a further major increase of domestic gold mining in years to come that will be achieved through the development of new gold...

After reporting on Russian coal producer, Sakhalin Newspaper shut down

Sakhalin Island port town has some 10,000 residents.  On July 14th events moved quickly at the offices of the municipal newspaper; around 10 a.m.,...
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