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Russia remained Ukraineís main trade partner in 2018

Russia remained Ukraineís main trade partner in 2018

In 2018, Ukrainian exports to other countries amounted to $47.3 bln, an increase of 9.4% compared with 2017.

The biggest share of the country’s exports ($3.7 bln) still falls on Russia, despite a 7.2% decrease, which is followed by Poland ($3.3 bln), Italy ($2.6 bln), Turkey ($2.4 bln), Germany and China ($2.2 bln each). Among importers, Russia also remains the first. In 2018, imports of Russian goods to Ukraine rose by 12.3% compared with 2017 to $8.1 bln. China was the second ($7.6 bln), followed by Germany ($5.9 bln), Belarus ($3.8 bln), and Poland ($3.6 bln). Total Ukrainian imports equaled $57.1 bln last year, an increase of 15.2% compared with 2017, with 40% ($23.2 bln) falling on EU countries.†



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