MOSCOW TIME: 17.06.2019 21:57:40


Russian Childrenís Dolls Find a Market in Kazakhstan

Russian Childrenís Dolls Find a Market in Kazakhstan

According to the Federal Custom Service, for the first six months of 2018 Russia has exported to Kazakhstan childrenís dolls for a total amount of $617 thous., it is a 23% increase compared to the same period of the previous year.

Kazakhstan has become the largest importer of this production manufactured in Russia and accounted for 48% of all Russia’s doll export. Ukraine and Belarus have imported 21% ($275 thous.) and 14% ($178 thous.) of Russiaís doll export respectively. Together these three countries have accounted for 84% of all Russiaís doll export.

From January to June, 2018 Russia has exported childrenís dolls to 19 countries, including Estonia, the USA, France, Mongolia, Israel, Australia and others.

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