In 2018 Russiaís frozen fish export increased by 25% (+$512 mln.) compared to 2017 and amounted to $2.6 bn.
This production was supplied to 41 countries including China, the Republic of Korea, the Netherlands and Japan. These four countries accounted for 92% of Russia’s export of frozen fish.
In 2018 China became the largest importer of Russian frozen fish and accounted for 47% of all supplies ($1.2 bn, +32% or +$295 mln compared to the previous year).
The Republic of Korea was the second largest importer that accounted for 24% of Russiaís frozen fish supplies ($611 mln, +2% or +$14 mln compared to 2017).
The Netherlands became the third largest importer of Frozen fish from Russia (11% of all supplies or $275 mln). In 2018 the import volume rose by 14% (+$34 mln) compared to 2017.
Finally, Japan ranked 4th and accounted for 10% of Russiaís frozen fish supplies ($276 mln, +62% or +$102 mln compared to the previous year).
From January to April, 2019 Orel regionís export to Germany increased by 7% compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $5.9 mln.
From January to April, 2019 Pskov regionís export to Spain went up by 1.64 mln. compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $1.65 mln.
In 2018 Russia became the worldís largest exporter of fuel elements (cartridges). Its export volume amounted to $981 mln or 44% of worldís fuel element export.
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