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Russia to raise oil output to pre-war levels by next month: Novak

Anadolu Agency 16 Jun 2022
The EU states agreed to ban seaborne oil transport, partially exempting pipeline oil as some member countries including Hungary opposed particularly to the oil import ban via the Druzhba pipeline which transports Russian oil to the refineries in Poland, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
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EU goods trade deficit at $45.7B in April

Anadolu Agency 15 Jun 2022
“Extra-EU exports of goods in April 2022 ... A majority of member countries posted an increase in extra-EU exports, except Estonia (minus 11.3%), Slovakia (minus 6.9%), Czech Republic (minus 6.0%), Lithuania (minus 2.5%), while Croatia was nearly stable at minus 0.2%.
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UPDATE - Ukraine stands to earn EUR 1.5bn from electricity trade with EU - report

Renewables Now 09 Jun 2022
Ukraine’s lines to export power to Romania, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland are ready, the adviser, Lana Zerkal, was quoted as saying ... commercial electricity exports.
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Slovakia trade balance swings to deficit in April

Marietta Daily Journal 09 Jun 2022
Bratislava — Slovakia's trade balance turned to a ...
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Ukraine eyes billions in euros from Europe electricity exports

Reuters 08 Jun 2022
All the required Ukrainians lines are ready to export electricity to Romania, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland, said Lana Zerkal, an adviser to the energy minister, in an interview with the Suspilne public television channel.
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Slovakia says hardest hit by Russia oil sanctions, expects solidarity

FX Empire 03 Jun 2022
The ministry said the final version of the sanctions meant Slovakia could keep importing crude from Russia via the Druzhba pipeline, but after eight months this could only be used for production for the domestic market and oil product exports to the neighbouring Czech Republic, which would be possible for further 10 months.
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India explains wheat export ban

Beijing News 03 Jun 2022
India halted wheat exports this year in order to stop speculation in the grain market, Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said at the GLOBSEC 2022 international security forum in Bratislava, Slovakia. "This year, before the heat hit us very hard, we were expected to have significant exports But what we saw was a kind of swoop on our wheat.
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Lower late season volumes estimated for coming Hungarian watermelon season

Fresh Plaza 02 Jun 2022
The Baltic States don’t really have own production of watermelons while Slovakia only has around 100 hectares ... Hungary’s main watermelon export markets are the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Germany ... The main watermelon variety grown in Hungary from the Nunhems brand is Galender F1, which is also exported to central Europe ... Laszlo Sandor ... Tel.
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Turkey may emerge as the gateway for Black Sea region agri exports

Business Line 02 Jun 2022
Turkey may emerge as the gateway of agricultural exports, mainly wheat, held up in the Black Sea region as Russian President Vladimir Putin has “in principle” agreed to allow the Recep Tayyip Erdogan government to move shipments from the Odesa Sea Port, taken over Kremlin in the Ukraine war.
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Oil prices rise as EU blocks imports from Russia

The Times/The Sunday Times 01 Jun 2022
However, it will exempt pipeline imports to Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
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New Shortages, High Prices, and More Obstacles to Biden’s Electric Vehicle Goals

Yated Ne'eman 01 Jun 2022
... northern branch of the Druzhba pipeline, the only remaining European pipeline imports of Russian crude would be 250,000 barrels a day arriving daily in Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, which represents less than 10% of Russia’s former total oil export volume to Europe.
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Hungarian cherry season starts

Fresh Plaza 31 May 2022
... of consumers in their local and export markets ... While my cooperative has not started sending cherries yet, we are hoping to start exports to Austria, Slovakia and maybe to Poland ... We expect prices to be a lot more challenging in our export markets due to this,” says Kelemen.
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EU leaders aim to break oil ban impasse with unity at stake

The Keene Sentinel 31 May 2022
Russian President Vladimir Putin stands to lose about $10 billion a year in oil exports revenues if the EU bans shipments, according to Bloomberg calculations ... Russia would continue to earn about $6 billion dollars from its exports to Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic through the southern legs of Druzhba ... .
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EU wrestles with Russia oil embargo as leaders gather for summit

Irish Independent 30 May 2022
“If we target the oil arriving by sea, we’ll hit at least two thirds of exports, perhaps more,” a senior EU official said.Hungary and Slovakia depend on Russian oil they receive through the Soviet-era Druzhba pipeline.The problem with hitting ...
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Ukrainian Ministerial Adviser Hints Kiev Might Do Something to Hungarian Oil Pipeline

Urdu Point 26 May 2022
The Druzhba oil pipeline runs through Russia's Samara region, passes through Bryansk and then branches into the northern and southern sections, passing through the territory of Belarus, Ukraine, Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Latvia and Lithuania. The pipeline carries oil exports from Russia to Europe ... ....

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