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Infographic: Sanctions on Russian commodities tracker

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US, EU ramp up sanctions on Russia including major hit to traditional oil export markets

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  • Robert Perkins    Rosemary Griffin    Meghan Gordon    Jacqueline Holman    Andy Critchlow
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Russia's invasion of Ukraine triggered an unprecedented wave of sanctions against Moscow which are still rippling through global commodity markets. In addition to official sanctions which continue to evolve, major self-sanctioning by industries looking to cut ties with Russia have deepened the market impact.

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Sanctions on Russian energy and commodities explained

This infographic was originally published on March 17, 2022; updated March 28, 2022; updated June 14, 2022; updated September 29,2022.

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