With a trade war shaping up over steel, President Poroshenko last week imposed trade sanctions on Ribnita Steelworks, Transnisria’s largest company
Tuesday, June 5, 2018

With a trade war shaping up over steel, President Poroshenko last week imposed trade sanctions on Ribnita Steelworks, Transnisria’s largest company

With a trade war shaping up over steel, President Poroshenko last week imposed trade sanctions on Ribnita Steelworks, Transnisria’s largest company. Igor Munteanu writes in Emerging Europe: “The sanctions are backed by Ukrmetallurgprom, whose CEO Oleksandr Kalenkov, has demanded radical measures from the government to prevent Ribnita operating in Ukraine: until now it was procuring over 20 per cent of Ukraine’s scrap metal.”

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