The international express delivery company DHL will stop all domestic transportation in Russia from September 1. About it writes Reuters with reference to the statement of the company.
DHL explained this decision with technical problems with IT systems and infrastructure, as well as operational difficulties and legal restrictions. After September 1, the company will only provide Russia with an express delivery service to other countries.
In March, DHL suspended delivery of goods to Russia and Belarus amid the war in Ukraine.
Because of the war unleashed by Vladimir Putin against Ukraine, hundreds of Western companies have limited their activities in the Russian market or left it completely. In total, more than 1,000 companies left Russia. Yale University tentatively estimated their losses at $59 billion. In particular, due to the exit from the Russian market, McDonald's lost $4.01 billion, Microsoft - $126 million, H&M - $190 million, Inditex - $300 million.