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Russia Made $98 bln in Fuel Exports in 100 days of Ukraine War Despite Sanctions


Russia made $98 billion (93 billion Eur) from fossil fuel exports during the first 100 days of its military operation in Ukraine, despite unprecedented sanctions, says a new report.

The report from the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA), a Finland-based independent research organization, in a report published on Monday, said Russia’s revenues from fossil fuels in the period between February 24 and June 3 surged to a record high owing to rise in fossil fuel prices globally.

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