Tatarstan, a Turkic-speaking constituent republic of Russian Federation on the Volga, increased its exports of ketchup to $6.1 million in 2017, accounting for a third of Russiaís total exports of the product last year.
Tatarstan, which exported more bottled ketchup last year than Lithuania, Serbia, Greece, Argentine, Brazil, South Korea, Switzerland and Estonia, sold its sauce to 22 countries in 2017, including China, Germany, United States, Bulgaria, Israel and Ukraine.
The leader is Mordovia, the Russian Federationís constituent ethnic republic in the heartland of European Russia, which accounted for 36% ($206,000) of Russiaís flower ...
Indiaís grape exports to Russia in 2017 soared to a record 25,000 tons worth $38million ó a 67% surge from the previous year.
Russiaís imported 870,592 mobile phones worth $5.3billion in 2017, showing a record 31% increase from the previous year.
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