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01.07.2016



Russian Federation's imports of toys, games, sports requisites (95 HS Code) in 2015


In 2015 the volume of imported toys, games, sports requisites (95 HS Code) volume decreased by 41% and reached 1.4 billion USD compared to 2.4 billion USD in 2014 (see Figure 1).


Russian Federation's imports represent 1.31% of world imports for this product. Its ranking in world imports is 18.



Figure 1. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's imports of toys, games, sports requisites, billion USD. Source: ITC Trade Map.

Figure 1. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's imports of toys, games, sports requisites, billion USD.png



Detailed information about products imported by Russian Federation in this category:




2015 showed a significant fall in Russian imports of other toys; scale model (puzzles of all kinds, stuffed toys) (-42%) (see Table 1, Figure 2).



Table 1. Key products imported by Russia in 2015. Source: ITC Trade Map.


Product HS Code

Product Type

Volume in 2014, USD thousand

Volume in 2015, USD thousand

Change in 2015, %

Share in total product imports, %

9503

Other toys;scale model (puzzles of all kinds, stuffed toys)

$1,376,668

$801,220

-42%

57%

9506

Articles&equip for gymnastics, athletics, or sports/outdoor games nes

$519,340

$301,131

-42%

21%

9504

Articles for funfair, table/parlour games&auto bowling alley equipment

$307,346

$180,833

-41%

13%

9505

Festive,carnival / other entertainment articles, incl conjuring tricks

$120,645

$80,098

-34%

6%

9507

Fishing rods,fish-hooks; fishing nets; decoy birds

$48,680

$29,537

-39%

2%

9508

Roundabout,shoot gallerie, fairground amusements, gall&theatre

$22,672

$16,587

-27%

1%



Figure 2. Structure of toys, games, sports requisites Exports to Russia in 2015. Source: ITC Trade Map.

Figure 2. Structure of toys, games, sports requisites Exports to Russia in 2015.png



The main exporters supplying toys, games, sports requisites to the Russian Federation in 2015 were: China, Belarus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Italy.


2015 showed a significant rise in Russian imports from Canada (+128%). At the same time the imports from Mexico (-74%) showed a significant fall (see Table 2, Figure 3).



Table 2. The main exporters supplying toys, games, sports requisites to Russia in 2015.


Exporters

Volume in 2014, USD thousand

Volume in 2015, USD thousand

Change in 2015, %

Share in total product imports, %

World

$2,395,350

$1,409,406

-41%

100%

China

$1,797,865

$1,002,544

-44%

71%

Belarus

$59,012

$44,787

-24%

3%

Czech Republic

$20,862

$42,775

105%

3%

Denmark

$60,751

$35,254

-42%

3%

Italy

$47,300

$35,195

-26%

2%

United States of America

$36,107

$21,311

-41%

2%

Taipei, Chinese

$31,778

$21,057

-34%

1%

Ukraine

$31,162

$18,614

-40%

1%

Hungary

$11,652

$14,802

27%

1%

Germany

$28,824

$14,442

-50%

1%

Viet Nam

$17,484

$14,203

-19%

1%

Hong Kong, China

$19,594

$12,863

-34%

1%

Indonesia

$19,301

$11,917

-38%

1%

Thailand

$16,608

$10,074

-39%

1%

Austria

$18,590

$10,067

-46%

1%

Canada

$3,824

$8,726

128%

1%

Ireland

$5,340

$8,483

59%

1%

Poland

$13,261

$8,124

-39%

1%

Mexico

$28,871

$7,429

-74%

1%




Figure 3. The main exporters supplying toys, games, sports requisites to Russia in 2015.

Figure 3. The main exporters supplying toys, games, sports requisites to Russia in 2015.png



EXPORTS FROM RUSSIA


In 2015 volume of exported toys, games, sports requisites (95 HS Code) decreased by 20% and reached 0.101 billion USD compared to 0.126 billion USD in 2014 (see Figure 4).


Figure 4. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's exports of toys, games, sports requisites, billion USD. Source: ITC Trade Map.

Figure 4. 2010-2015 Russian Federation's exports of toys, games, sports requisites, billion USD.png




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