Pubblicato in: Brasile, Cina, Devoluzione socialismo, India, Materie Prime, Russia

Russia. L’export verso i Brics è aumentato in tre mesi del 58%.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2022-06-26.

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Il presidente russo Vladimir Putin ha dichiarato che il commercio con l’India e la Cina si è rafforzato nonostante le sanzioni petrolifere occidentali.

Nonostante tutte le difficoltà dell’economia globale dovute alle “sanzioni politicamente motivate”, il commercio totale con Brasile, India, Cina e Sudafrica è aumentato del 38% nei primi tre mesi dell’anno, raggiungendo i 45 miliardi di dollari.

I produttori di petrolio russi hanno inviato più greggio agli acquirenti asiatici, soprattutto a Cina e India, con forti sconti, mentre gli acquirenti europei riducono gli acquisti.

All’inizio del 2022 circa due terzi del greggio russo veniva esportato in Europa, mentre ora circa il 50% del petrolio nazionale è destinato all’Asia.

La Russia sta anche lavorando con i paesi BRICS per creare una valuta di riserva internazionale basata su un paniere.

La Russia esporta volumi significativi di fertilizzanti verso i Paesi BRICS.

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Con una ripetitività ossessionante i media liberal di regime ripetono la solita frase stereotipata:

«amid Western oil sanctions».

Difficile capire se lo ripetano per impararlo a memoria oppure se questo altro non sia che una velina la cui pubblicazione sia loro imposta da alto loco.

In ogni caso sono proprio i media liberal occidentali a constare quanto poco valgano o diktat americani.

Al mondo nessuno ne tiene conto.

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«Russian President Vladimir Putin said trade with India and China has strengthened amid Western oil sanctions»

«Despite all the difficulties in the global economy due to “politically motivated sanctions,” total trade with Brazil, India, China and South Africa rose 38% in the first three months of the year to US$45 billion, he said»

«Russian oil producers have been sending more crude to Asian buyers, mostly to China and India, at steep discounts as European buyers reduce purchases»

«At the start of 2022 some two-thirds of Russian crude was being exported to Europe, now about 50% of nation’s oil is going to Asia»

«Russia is also working with fellow BRICS to create a basket-based international reserve currency»

«Russia exports significant volumes of fertilizers to the BRICS nations»

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Putin Sees Russia Oil Flows to China, India ‘Growing Noticeably’

(June 22): Russian President Vladimir Putin said trade with India and China has strengthened amid Western oil sanctions in response to the invasion of Ukraine.

“Russian oil supplies to China and India are growing noticeably,” Putin said in a video address to the BRICS Business Summit on Wednesday. Despite all the difficulties in the global economy due to “politically motivated sanctions,” total trade with Brazil, India, China and South Africa rose 38% in the first three months of the year to US$45 billion, he said.

Russian oil producers have been sending more crude to Asian buyers, mostly to China and India, at steep discounts as European buyers reduce purchases. The country didn’t want to turn away from Europe’s energy market, but it has been pushed out and will find other customers, Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said last week.

At the start of 2022 some two-thirds of Russian crude was being exported to Europe, now about 50% of nation’s oil is going to Asia, according to Gazprom Neft Chief Executive Officer Alexander Dyukov.

Russia is also working with fellow BRICS to create a basket-based international reserve currency, Putin said. “Cooperation in agriculture is developing dynamically. Russia exports significant volumes of fertilizers to the BRICS nations,” he said.