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Colmar has proposed export support measures
Anna Tsivileva, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kolmar Group LLC, spoke at the Global Trade and Finance Conference GTR (Global Trade Review), devoted to the development of Russian import and export. She proposed to include coking coal concentrates in the list of non-primary products in order to attract concessional financing.
“Currently, the Russian Export Center (REC) and Roseximbank are implementing support programs for exporters, including the provision of concessional financing. However, these programs are available mainly to exporters producing high-tech non-primary products. Taking into account the fact that concentrates of coking coal are a product with a high added value, we propose to include them in the list of non-primary products, ”noted Anna Tsivileva.
According to the press service of the company, now "Colmar" is actively developing export relations with the APR, up to 70% of products supplied to the largest consumers in China, Japan and Korea. World Steel predicts growth in demand for steel in the Asian region at 2019 at the level of 1,4%, and Colmar, as an exporter of metallurgical raw materials, will try to integrate as much as possible and increase its share in the region.
Anna Tsivileva also noted that the participation of the state in terms of negotiating with importing countries is necessary to optimize import duties and import procedures. For example, in China there is an import duty on Russian coal, and Australian coals of both categories are imported duty free. This is directly reflected in the pricing of products, and therefore affects competitiveness in the global market.