The top ten Russian importers of fishing gear in 2017 were:
Moscow, which imported to $6.8m, or 31% of the national total;
Moscow Region, to $5m, or 23% of the total;
St. Petersburg, to $3m, or 14%;
Maritime Territory, to $2.3m, or 11%;
Karelia, to $1.4m, or 6%;
Kaliningrad Region, to $549,000, or 2.5%;
Tula Region, to $540,000, or 2.4%;
Sverdlovsk Region, to $452,000, or 2%;
Krasnodar Territory, to $348,000, or 1.6%; and
Voronezh Region, to $293,000, or 1.3%.
Overall, Russia imported fishing gear to $22m, mainly from China, which exported to $13.5m, accounting for 61% of Russia’s total imports, Finland ($1.5m or 7% of the total), Japan (5%), Estonia (4%) and South Korea (3%).
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