Severstal does not see barriers for steel exports to EU, but not planning to up shipments

November 2013
Russia & CIS Business & Financial Newswire;11/15/2013, p1
MOSCOW. Nov 15 (Interfax) - Severstal (MOEX: CHMF), a major Russian steelmaker, does not see serious restrictions for exports of Russian steel to Europe, but is not planning to increase exports to the European Union or any other region, the company's principal shareholder, Alexei Mordashov said on TV channel Rossiya 24.


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