Russian grain exporter aims to sell Ukraine terminal

August 2014
Regional Today;8/7/2014, p2
The article reports that Russian grain exporter Yug Rusi's terminal at the Kherson port in Ukraine is up for sale according to Reuters whose sources cited the souring relations between the two countries, prompting Russian investments to leave Ukraine.


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