On 5 October 2015 the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers No.773 dated 30 September 2015, pursuant to which licensing for export of some ferrous metals in 2015 was abolished, was officially published.

As of now, no licensing is required for export of iron zinc alloy, ferronickel, ferrotitanium, refined copper, cathodes and sections of cathodes, rods, bars and profiles made of copper, copper pipes and tubes, secondary aluminum alloys in ingots or liquid state, aluminium products and raw lead.