In 2018 Russia-Norway trade turnover amounted to $1.62 bn, it is a 2.5-fold increase compared to 2017.
The turnover growth was caused by a 1.5-fold increase of Russia’s export supplies to Norway ($1.14 bn).
Russia’s import from Norway reduced by 26% and stood at $480.3 mln.
Russia exported to Norway mostly distillates (28%), rapeseed oil (13%), crude oil and oil products (10%), unwrought non-alloy aluminum (8%), calcium phosphate (5%), wheat gluten (3.8%), liquefied propane (3.7%) and other goods. Norway supplied to Russia mainly secret code goods (18%), ferrosilicon manganese (9%), animal feed (7%), equipment for tea or coffee processing (6%), unwrought granite (4%), fishing vessels (3%), pebble, gravel and crushed stone (3%) and other commodities.
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