India approves extension of long-term agreement on

2022-08-19
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India approves the extension of the long-term agreement on the export of iron ore to Japan and South Korea

India approves the extension of the long-term agreement on the export of iron ore to Japan and South Korea

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Guide: the Ministry of Commerce and industry of India announced on July 7 that, On the same day, the Indian government approved the Indian minerals and metals trading company to extend the long-term agreement to export iron ore to Japan and South Korea in the face of severe energy and environmental challenges, and the raw materials will be accurately covered in the required position. Indian minerals and metals trading company will provide support to Japanese steel enterprises and South Korean POSCO from April this year to April 2014

the Indian Ministry of Commerce and industry announced on July 7 that the Indian government approved the extension of the long-term agreement of Indian minerals and metals trading company to export iron ore to Japan and South Korea

from April this year to April 2014, Indian minerals and metals trading company will export iron ore fines and lumps with a grade of more than 64% to Japanese steel enterprises and South Korean POSCO iron company

the company signed a five-year long-term iron ore supply agreement with Japanese, Korean and Chinese enterprises in 2006, which expired at the end of March this year

at the beginning of this year, the government of Orissa, the largest iron ore producer in India, said that it was planning to introduce an iron ore export ban to eliminate illegal mining and increase the local supply of iron ore

India is the world's third largest exporter of iron ore (4) showing F-H curve graphics. Comments said that if the ban is approved by the federal government, India's iron ore exports may decline sharply

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