According to the Russian Federal Customs Service’s official statistics, Russia exported 3.7m tons of aluminum to $6.4bn in 2017 — a 16% increase on the previous year.
The key importers of Russian aluminum in 2017, which accounted for 70% of the total (or $4.5bn) were the United States which imported 27.4% of the total, with a 14% increase on 2016), Turkey (13% of the total and 51% increase on 2016), Japan (12.3% of the total and an 11% increase on 2016), the Netherlands (6.9% and a 2% increase, South Korea (6.1% and a 30% increase), and Poland (4.5% of the total and a 13% increase on 2016).Other countries where Russia exported aluminum in 2017 included Belarus, Greece, Germany, Taiwan, mainland China Kazakhstan, Italy, Mexico, Armenia, Israel, Ukraine, Finland, Norway, Indonesia, Thailand, France, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Croatia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Sweden, and Spain.
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