According to trade statistics, 25 constituent regions of the Russian Federation exported yogurt last year.
The leader was Moscow Region which exported to $12.3million — 62% of total Russian yogurt exports in 2017 (which stood at $19.9million, up 4% from the previous year), followed, by a large margin, by its capital, Moscow ($3.2, or 16% of the national total), and Rostov Region ($2.3, or 11%). The fourth and fifth were Samara Region on the Volga ($654,000, or 3%) and Belgorod Region in South-Western European Russia (2% of the total to $356,000).
The exports of perfumes and eau de cologne manufactured in Krasnodar Territory stood at $1.2m in 2017 — more than four hundred (400) times than the previous year.
According to the Russian Federal Customs Service’s official statistics, Russia’s pork exports stood at $62m in 2016/17— a 50% increase on the previous two years.
Tyumen Region exported 41,000 tons of mono-ethylene glycol (MEG) to $37m in 2017 — six times more than the previous year.
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