Keep the War Raging

While most nations have worked to reduce purchases of Russian energy in order to punish and isolate Moscow, China and India have done just the opposite.

China and India have nearly doubled their purchase share of Russian crude oil, according to data from commodity analytics firm Kpler, in the latest sign that Beijing and New Delhi are playing a vital role in financing Russia’s war of aggression on Ukraine.

During each day of July, China and India imported 1.85 million barrels of Russian crude. This is from a total of 4.47 million barrels that Russia exported on average each day of the month, which means the two Asian giants bought a stunning 41 percent of all Russian crude.

Read more at “China and India Double Share of Russian Oil and Keep the War Raging”

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