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Solid first quarter for Russian ports

The Russian ports saw a 5.7 percent increase in cargo volume throughput in the first quarter 2014 compared to the same period last year.

The trade in Russian ports continues undaunted in spite of the Crimea crisis. From the 1st quarter 2013 to the first quarter 2014, trade in the ports increased by 5.7 percent, according to Dow Jones, an increase that puts the total volumes 144.5 cubic tons.

The improvement was primarily centered on dry bulk, while liquid cargoes did increase notably.

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