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Russiaís Planting Potatoes Import Larger Than Export

Russiaís Planting Potatoes Import Larger Than Export

According to the Federal Custom Service of Russia, in 2017 Russiaís import of planting potatoes amounted to $16.63 mln with the total weight of 27.8 thous. tn. The import volume was 4 times larger than the export one.

In 2017 Russia’s import of planting potatoes increased both in terms of value and in terms of volume (by 54% and by 62% compared to 2016).

Planting potatoes were imported to Russia from the Netherlands (31.9%), Germany (26.2%), Belarus (21.6%), Finland (9.7%), the United Kingdom (3.4%), Turkey (3.3%), China (2.5%), Poland (1.2%), Kazakhstan (0.1%), Kyrgyzstan (0.03%) and France (0.01%).†


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