The leader is Mordovia, the Russian Federation’s constituent ethnic republic in the heartland of European Russia, which accounted for 36% ($206,000) of Russia’s flower exports in 2017.
Other Russian exporters are:
- Rostov region (exported to $156,000 in 2017);
- Astrakhan region ($54,000);
- Smolensk region ($40,000);
- Moscow region ($30,000);
- Krasnodar territory ($25,000);
- Bryansk region ($23,000);
- Moscow ($19,000);
- Stavropol territory ($3,000);
- Crimea ($3,000);
- Novosibirsk region ($1,000).
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