MOSCOW TIME: 28.05.2024 13:03:51


Russia’s Export To Norway Went Up By 20% In The First Quarter Of 2019

Russia’s Export To Norway Went Up By 20% In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Norway increased by 20% compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $273 mln.

Russia exported to Norway mainly the following goods:

• Distillates;

• Crude petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals;

• Non-alloy unwrought aluminum;

• Crude rape oil;

• Natural calcium phosphates, natural aluminium calcium phosphates;

• Oil-cake and other solid residues resulting from the extraction of soya-bean oil;

• Agglomerated coke and semi-coke of coal, lignite or peat;

• Antracire;

• Frozen cod;

• Wheat gluten, whether or not dried;

• Liquefied propane.

These goods provided 83% of all Russia’s supplies to Norway. 


Russia Export Norway

Share this:

Share this Share this Share this


04.12.2019 TVEL completes the contract for supply of fuel pellets to India for Tarapur NPP

TVEL JSC has shipped to India the final consignment of uranium  fuel pellets for BWR reactors and thereby fulfilled the relevant contract with the Department of Atomic En...

26.09.2019 Vietnam-Russia Bilateral Ties Deepen, Boost Investment

Russia was one of the first countries to establish diplomatic relations with Vietnam, laying the groundwork for a strong bilateral and economic relationship between the countries.

04.09.2019 Russia’s trade turnover with African states up 17% in 2018

Russia’s trade turnover with the African states increased by more than 17% in 2018 to $20.4 bln. A representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry told TASS that the majority of...



18.04.2018 Pskov State University Increases Its International Student Body Thirty...

Higher education can be a profitable export business, provided the system is built correctly and qua...

FEA Education

03.05.2017 Anna Trubetskaya: "Business should be built on Russians"

About the models of business development in another country and professional secrets is told by a practicing expert on work in international markets Anna Trubetskaya

Our partners