Krivoy Rog


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Kri·voi Rog

or Kri·voy Rog  (krĭ-voi′ rōg′, rôk′)

Kry·vyy Rih

 (krĭ-vĭ′ rĭKH′) or Kri·voi Rog or Kri·voy Rog (-voi′ rōg′, rôk′)
A city of south-central Ukraine northeast of Odessa. Located in a rich iron-producing region, it is highly industrialized.

Krivoy Rog

(Russian kriˈvɔj ˈrɔk)
n
(Placename) a city in SE Ukraine: founded in the 17th century by Cossacks; iron-mining centre; iron- and steelworks. Pop: 658 000 (2005 est)
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Living with Tsoma are Aleksandr Kovtiushenko, 30, and Viktor Borisenko, 40, both of whom came to Lithuania from the same urban Ukrainian city of Krivoy Rog.
The country has 49 recognized iron ore deposits and 10 operating mines, largely in the form of magnetite ores and most of the production is concentrated in the Krivoy Rog basin, in the Dnepropetrovsk Oblast.
This photo shows a residential area of Krivoy Rog, Ukraine, said to be the longest town in Europe at 126 kilometres.
Black Iron is an iron ore exploration and development company advancing its 100%-owned Shymanivske project located in Krivoy Rog, Ukraine.
2 February 2011 - GMP Securities has been hired to lead the initial public offering (IPO) of common stock by Black Iron Inc, the developer of iron ore projects in Krivoy Rog, Ukraine, said on Tuesday.
ROMANIAN GOVT TO START TALKS ON SALE OF STAKE IN UKRAINIAN KRIVOY ROG TO ARCELORMITTAL GALATI
Born in Krivoy Rog in the eastern Ukraine in 1968, Vladimir Malakhov started his training in ballet when he was just four years old.
The iron-ore field of Krivoy Rog is one of the largest in the world and constitutes the main source of iron ore for the Ukraine iron and steel industry.
Krivoy Rog, 37 in Novgorodka, Novgorodkivskyi district, Kirovograd region (Classifier DK 021: 2015 (CPV): code under the DK 021: 2015 - 45453000-7 Major repairs and restoration)
There is also some evidence that the processing of VAT refunds is being applied on a selective basis with the foreign-owned Krivoy Rog, a subsidiary of ArcelorMittal, understood to be owed in excess of USD300m (EUR238.
The southern Urals also have deposits of manganese, required for basic steel manufacture, but these are dwarfed by the Ukrainian deposit at Nikopol, near the Krivoy Rog iron field, which is the largest and best-located in the world.