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Japanese corporations are interested in expanding purchases of Russian coal

Buryatia hosted a Japanese delegation - representatives of the Japanese National Corporation for Oil, Gas and Metals JOGMEC and the largest steel corporation JFE Holdings. The meeting was chaired by the Minister of Economy of the Republic Tatyana Dumnova.

As the press service of the region reports, after the talks the sides expressed mutual interest in developing trade and economic cooperation.

The Japanese delegation plans to establish JFE's opportunities to expand purchases of Russian coal in parallel with the analysis of the status of coal mining projects in Siberia and the Far East for subsequent exports to the APR countries.

JFE Holdings is the fifth largest steel producer in the world with a turnover of over $ XNUMX billion.

JOGMEC is a corporation established with the aim of providing sustainable supplies of oil, natural gas, non-ferrous metals and minerals to Japan.

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