MOSCOW TIME: 17.02.2019 08:53:35

Export/Import

Russian Far East Exports Less Honey to China in 2017

Russian Far East Exports Less Honey to China in 2017

Russias Far Eastern Maritime Territory exported 554 tons of local honey to $1.2million to neighboring China in 2017 down by 328 tons or 37% in physical weight and less by $698,000 or 36% in value terms than the previous year (and 43% less than ever before), although it remained the leader in the exports of Russian honey to China which accounts for 88% of honey imported from Maritime Territory

Two other importers of Far Eastern honey are Taiwan, where the territory exported 12 times more honey, and Japan, which increased its imports of Russian honey 14 times.

:

Russia Far East Exports Honey China

Share this:

Share this Share this Share this

NEWS


14.02.2019 Iran, Russia, Kazakhstan Sign Deal on Wheat Trade

The ministries of agriculture of Iran, Russia and Kazakhstan have concluded a trilateral memorandum of understanding on the issue of wheat trade.

13.02.2019 Trade turnover between Russia and Germany increased

Trade turnover between Russia and Germany increased 8.4% and reached nearly 62 billion ($70 billion) in 2018 compared to previous year.

12.02.2019 In 2018 Russias meat export amounted to 288.5 thous. t, it is a 21% increase compared to 2017.

In 2018 Russias meat export amounted to 288.5 thous. t, it is a 21% increase compared to 2017.

EVENTS


01.10.2019 RUSSIAN ENERGY WEEK

October 1-5, 2019 Moscow (Russia)

08.07.2019 INNOPROM 2019

July 8-11, 2019 Ekaterinburg (Russia)

06.06.2019 St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2019

June 6-8, 2019 St. Petersburg (Russia)

INTERVIEWS


18.04.2018 Pskov State University Increases Its International Student Body Thirty...

Higher education can be a profitable export business, provided the system is built correctly and qua...

FEA Education


03.05.2017 Anna Trubetskaya: "Business should be built on Russians"

About the models of business development in another country and professional secrets is told by a practicing expert on work in international markets Anna Trubetskaya

Our partners