With exports backing up, Ukraine’s major industrial associations asked the government to suspend transit of Russian cargo through Ukraine due to a shortage of locomotives for exporting local goods
Wednesday, August 29, 2018

With exports backing up, Ukraine’s major industrial associations asked the government to suspend transit of Russian cargo through Ukraine due to a shortage of locomotives for exporting local goods

With exports backing up, Ukraine’s major industrial associations asked the government to suspend transit of Russian cargo through Ukraine due to a shortage of locomotives for exporting local goods, Ukrmetallurgprom, the nation’s mining and metal union, says. Reuters reports the union says metal exports for the first half of this year were down 10%, compared to the same period last year. The trade association said: “This measure will allow the capacity of Ukrainian railways on the western border crossings to be increased by more than 10 percent.”

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