The opening of ports and the launch of the maritime corridor allowed Ukrzaliznytsia to increase the supply of essential transport, and predict The total profit is 7 billion hryvnia. For such minds, there is no need for increased tariffs for transportation.
RBC-Ukraine informs about this in a letter to the General Director of the Federation of Transport Workers (FRTU) Volodymyr Husak.
“In the first half of last year, Ukrainian ports are now operating much faster. Not only agricultural products, but also ore and other types of goods are actively exported through these ports. Therefore, an increase can be predicted obligations to transport UZ, and “Give them additional support. Dear people, we appreciate that the UZ is considered to be an ungrounded increase in tariffs,” Gusak respected.
We have also determined that the power may turn to interact with business and renew the publicly negotiated pricing policy of the power monopolies.
“At the end of the war, there will be a moratorium on raising tariffs by state monopolies. Because the main thing is to allow Ukrainian enterprises to survive. See, so that they can completely renovate their work after the end of the war, and of course – save taxes and jobs,” concluded Husak.
Guess what, for days in Uzbekistan they reported that in early 2023 the company reached a record high volume of 3.8 million tons for the Black Sea ports as a result of the onset of a large-scale invasion. Also, the transport industry increased by 33% the obligation to transport directly to the ports of the Danube.
Previously, the head of UZ Yevgen Lyashchenko also predicted that in 2023 UZ will take 7 billion UAH of net profit – after 9.6 billion UAH of net profit in 2022.
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