... the same period of 2017. Russia’s export of this production exceeded its import by 33%. Russia exported fresh or chilled halibut to Belarus (53.8%), Kazakhstan (42.4%) and Armenia (3.8%). The only importer of fresh or chilled halibut to Russia was Japan. From January to November, 2018 Japan’s halibut export to Russia stood at $4.7 thous., it is a 3.6-fold increase compared to the 11 months of 2017.Modified: 30.01.2019
According to the Federal Custom Service of Russia, in 2017 Russia-Japan trade turnover has amounted to $18.261 bn, while in the first half of 2018 it has stood at $10.053 bn. “Bilateral trade turnover is expected to reach $21-22 bn to the end of 2018. Compared to trade with other countries, Russia-Japan trade ...Modified: 17.09.2018
The ceremony of launching the test delivery of goods from Japan to Russia first by sea and then via the Trans-Siberian railway took place in Japanese city Yokogawa. Japan’s Deputy Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Toshihiro Matsumoto noted, that the Trans-Siberian railway has a ...Modified: 03.09.2018
The authorities of Russia’s St. Petersburg plan to open a tourism promotion office on Japan’s Hokkaido Island, St. Petersburg Governor Georgy Poltavchenko said at a joint press conference with Hokkaido Governor Harumi Takahashi in Sapporo on Thursday. " The main goal is to promote our tourism product, this is why we would like ...Modified: 23.08.2018
In 2017 Russia imported 24 sea sailboats valued at $328 thous. Japan exported to Russia 10 sea sailboats worth $42.4 thous. The United Kingdom exported 8 sailboats worth $19.7 thous., Germany exported 2 sailboats worth $233 thous., Denmark exported 2 sailboats worth $3.5 thous., Finland and Sweden exported per ...Modified: 25.07.2018
Japan’s Hino received an authorization to build a truck assembly factory in Khimki, Moscow Region. Investments into the project will total about $15.7 mln, press-service of the regional construction ministry reports. "This project is among a ...Modified: 23.07.2018
Russian and Japanese lawmakers signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at expanding cooperation between the two countries. "This is the first memorandum in the history of our common work," Chairman of the Federation Council Foreign Affairs Committee ...Modified: 27.06.2018
Russia increased its sawn timber exports to Japan by 3.5% to 67,100 cubic meters in April 2008, while the mean price slid by 1% to $361 per cubic meter. Japan decreased its sawn timber imports by 4.5% to 487,200 cubic meters during that period as the mean price went up by 12.8%. Japan’s ...Modified: 14.06.2018
Japan is interested in investing in the Arctic region’s energy sector, which is based on local sources of small generation. For more than 140 power plants, Yakutia has to bring in every year about 70.000 tonnes of expensive diesel worth about $128 ...Modified: 09.06.2018
Russia and Japan are successfully cooperating in the economic sphere, particularly in investments, agriculture, industry and energy, Russian President Vladimir Putin said after talks with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. "We are achieving good results in ...Modified: 28.05.2018
Japan and Russia have made an agreement to arrange more charger flights to the South Kuril Islands for their former Japanese residents, Japan’s Mainichi newspaper reported. According to the newspaper, the agreement will be officially announced during ...Modified: 22.05.2018
Russia and Japan will discuss pressing issues concerning the two countries’ trade and economic relations at the fourth bilateral forum dubbed The Points of Convergence. At least 150 Japanese businessmen are expected to take part in the forum. Russia’s First ...Modified: 27.04.2018
“We rate the Asian region as one of the most promising markets,” said Russian Agriculture Minister Alexander Tkachev at the close of the 43rd International Food and Beverage Exhibition, FoodEx Japan 2018, at Makuhari Messe earlier this month. The biggest importers of Russian food in Asia are China, Indonesia, South Korea, India, Vietnam and Japan. Russia’s key exports to those countries are fish, grain, vegetable oils and fats, including ...Modified: 27.03.2018
Moscow has suggested to Tokyo that a green corridor be created for pharmaceutical companies, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets said ahead of a meeting with Japan’s Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Hiroshige Seko. "We have suggested that the so-called green corridor be created for pharmaceutical companies, as we want to ease the access to the Russian market for Japanese companies," she ...Modified: 26.03.2018
Japan and Russia held the first symposium focused on student exchanges for further training of personnel for industrial sectors of both countries. Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets, Economic Development Minster Maksim Oreshkin and President of All-Russia ...Modified: 26.03.2018
Japan plans to step up its cooperation with Russia in the digital economy and believes that Russia has a great potential in this area, said Ryo Minami, Director of the Europe Division of Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. “In the ...Modified: 01.03.2018
.... The biggest importers of Krasnodar sparking wines are ex-Soviet republics: Latvia (51% in 2017), Kazakhstan (22%) and Belarus (7%). Outside the former Soviet Union, the leading importers of Krasnodar wines are Israel (8% in 2017), Germany (4%) and Japan. The Krasnodar Territory was followed by the other two leading sparking wine producers which jointly accounted for another 18% of 2017 exports: Rostov Oblast which exported to US$363,000, and North Ossetia-Alania, a Northern Caucasian republic, ...Modified: 26.02.2018
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The ministries of agriculture of Iran, Russia and Kazakhstan have concluded a trilateral memorandum of understanding on the issue of wheat trade.
Trade turnover between Russia and Germany increased 8.4% and reached nearly ˆ62 billion ($70 billion) in 2018 compared to previous year.
In 2018 Russia’s meat export amounted to 288.5 thous. t, it is a 21% increase compared to 2017.
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