EU and US import more industrial metals from Russia despite Ukraine war

The EU and the US have significantly increased their imports of key industrial metals from Russia despite the Ukraine war, according to trade data. According to information compiled by Reuters from the international database United Nations Comtrade, the EU and the US imported up to 70 percent more aluminum and nickel from March to June compared to the same period last year.

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