Ostchem, the nation’s largest nitrogen fertilizer producer, charges Ukrzaliznytsia with ‘sabotage,’ saying the state railroad, from Friday through Tuesday, only supplied 17 of 225 promised freight wagons
Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Ostchem, the nation’s largest nitrogen fertilizer producer, charges Ukrzaliznytsia with ‘sabotage,’ saying the state railroad, from Friday through Tuesday, only supplied 17 of 225 promised freight wagons

Ostchem, the nation’s largest nitrogen fertilizer producer, charges Ukrzaliznytsia with ‘sabotage,’ saying the state railroad, from Friday through Tuesday, only supplied 17 of 225 promised freight wagons. Chemical, steel and agricultural companies complain they have to bribe local railroad managers to get needed wagons. Ostchem is controlled by Dmitry Firtash, who lives in Austria, where he fights an extradition attempt by the United States.

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