In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to the South Africa increased by 44% compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $40 mln.
Among the major export goods there were:
• Iron or non-alloy steel in coils, flat-rolled, of a width 600 mm or more, hot-rolled, not clad, plated or coated;
• Coal, briquettes, ovoids and similar solid fuels manufactured from coal;
• Coke and semi-coke; of coal, lignite or peat, whether or not agglomerated; retort carbon;
• Newsprint, in rolls or sheets;
• Mineral or chemical nitrogen fertilizers;
• Uncoated kraft paper and paperboard, in rolls or sheets;
• Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals (not crude);
• Carbon electrodes, carbon brushes, lamp carbons, battery carbons and other articles of graphite or other carbon;
• Chemical wood pulp, soda or sulphate, other than dissolving grades;
• Synthetic rubber and factice derived from oils, in primary forms or in plates, sheets or strip;
• Uncoated paper and paperboard, used for writing, printing or other graphics;
• Alloy steel flat-rolled products of a width 600 mm or more;
• Ferrous alloys.
From January to April, 2019 Orel region’s 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 region’s 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 world’s largest exporter of fuel elements (cartridges). Its export volume amounted to $981 mln or 44% of world’s fuel element export.
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