MOSCOW TIME: 22.07.2019 08:49:43


Russia-India Trade Turnover Increased

Russia-India Trade Turnover Increased

For 10 months of 2018 Russia-India trade turnover amounted to $8.5 bn and increased by 17% compared to the same period of 2017.

Russia’s export went up by 21% to $5.9 bn, while its import increased by 8.7% to $2.6 bn.

The significant share of Russias export to India was constituted by machinery (engines, industrial equipment and spare parts). Other major export goods were mineral products (petroleum oils and oil products, bituminous coal, silver and diamonds).

India exported to Russia chemicals and pharmaceuticals, food products (tea, coffee, meat, sea products, tobacco products), telephones and other goods.


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