The Crimea’s imports of grapevine cuttings showed a steep and steady growth during the past three years.
The Crimea imported 123 tons of cuttings to $2.5m in 2016 — five times more in value terms than in the previous year. In 2017, the peninsula’s imports grew by 39% to 2.4 million cuttings (167 tons) worth $3.5m.
The key suppliers of vine cuttings to the Crimea were Italy ($2,36m or 67%), Serbia ($799,000 or 23%) and Austria ($341,000 or 10%).
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Russia is considering plans of opening a consulate general in northeastern China’s Harbin.
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