From January to April, 2019 Tomsk Regionís export of particle accelerators increased by 16% compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $1.9 mln. These accelerators were supplied to such countries as Belarus ($670 thous.), the USA ($587 thous.), Malaysia ($373 thous.), and the United Kingdom ($298 thous.).Modified: 05.07.2019
Novosibirsk Chemical Concentrates Plant (NCCP, an enterprise of TVEL Fuel Company of Rosatom) has successfully completed the final inspection of the initial loading fuel batch for Unit 2 at Belarus NPP, which is under construction in Ostrovets, Grodno region, Republic of Belarus. A batch of 152 fuel assemblies for VVER-1200 reactor was fabricated at NCCP under the contract between TVEL JSC and ASE JSC (manages the engineering division ...Modified: 21.05.2019
In 2018 Russiaís yogurt import was 21% more than its export. Import volume stood at 17.84 thous. tones worth $25.76 mln, while export volume amounted to 16.04 thous. tones worth $21.27 mln. The largest supplier of yogurt to Russia became Belarus that provided 88% of all Russia’s yogurt import. Belarus exported to Russian market 14.6 thous. tones of this good worth $22.67 mln and thus increased its supplies by 41.5% in terms of value and by 25% in terms of volume. In its turn Russia ...Modified: 13.03.2019
In 2018 Sverdlovsk Regionís export of steam turbine to the Republic of Belarus had a 2.3-fold increase and reached $23.3 mln. Belarus accounted for 70% of Sverdlovsk steam turbine export. During the last four years region’s export of this production was steadily growing. Also Sverdlovsk Region supplied steam turbines ...Modified: 26.02.2019
... by 118% in terms of value and by 116% in terms of volume compared to the same period of 2017. The region exported more than 30 thous. tn of corn for the total amount of $4.91 mln. For the same period of 2017 Belgorod’s corn was exported to Belarus (66%) and Turkey (34%). From January to November, 2018 this production was exported by Belgorod only to Belarus. Export supplies of corn to this country tripled both in terms of value and volume. For the same period of 2017 Belarus imported ...Modified: 06.02.2019
... to October, 2018 Russia imported silk fabrics for the total amount of $2.6 mln. The main share of silk supplies was provided by China ($1.4 mln). Italy was the second larger silk supplier to Russia ($766 thous.). Besides, Russia imported silk from Belarus ($124 thous.), the United Kingdom ($111 thous.), India ($109 thous.), France ($70 thous.), Germany ($28 thous.), Kyrgyzstan ($8 thous.) and other countries.Modified: 01.02.2019
... first 11 months of 2018 Russiaís blue cheese import increased by 14% in terms of value and by 19% in terms of volume and amounted to $15.11 mln with a total weight of 2161 tn. Russia imported Gorgonzola blue cheese from Brazil, Roquefort cheese from Belarus, other blue cheeses from Argentina, Belarus, Switzerland and Iran. Other blue cheeses accounted for 74.9% (1624 tn worth $11.31 mln) of all Russia’s blue cheese import. Gorgonzola blue cheese accounted for 25% (534.843 tn worth $3.78 mln),...Modified: 22.01.2019
... $232.7 thous., 65% of which have been constituted by Mordoviaís supplies. During this period the Republic has exported cut flowers worth $152.2 thous., it is a 43% increase compared to the same period of 2017. All these flowers have been exported to Belarus. Likewise in 2017 Mordovia exported cut flowers only to Belarus. Alongside with the Republic of Mordovia other exporters of cut flowers have been Rostov Region, Smolensk Region, Moscow Region, Astrakhan Region, Moscow city, Chelyabinsk Region ...Modified: 06.12.2018
... Custom Service of Russia, in 2016 and 2017 there was no hazelnut export from Zabaikal Region. But for the first seven months of 2018 the region has exported 5 tn of hazelnut for the total amount of $77.27 thous. All this volume has been supplied to Belarus. Zabaikal Region has accounted for 16% of all Russia's hazelnut export and become the second largest exporter of this production after Vladimir Region (63%). In total hazelnut has been exported by twelve Russian regions, including Moscow, Rostov ...Modified: 22.10.2018
According to the Rosselkhoznadzor, Ón the eve of the end the apple harvest, in order to avoid products with an unclear phytosanitary status entering the Russian market, Rosselkhoznadzor will inspect the process of storing apples produced in the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Serbia. Earlier, Rosselkhoznadzor officials conducted inspections of mushroom producing enterprises in the Republic of Belarus. Source: RosselkhoznadzorModified: 27.09.2018
According to the Russian Ministry of Agriculture, Russia and Belarus have signed milk and meat balance sheets for 2019. The mechanism of compiling the forecast balances has been applied over many years to reconcile mutual interests in agricultural trade between Russia and Belarus.Modified: 25.09.2018
Russia will secure oil supplies to Belarus this year in compliance with the agreement, that was reached earlier, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak told reporters. "We will provide supplies exactly in compliance with the agreement," he said. Earlier Reuters reported ...Modified: 30.08.2018
Thirty-seven new trolleybuses from Russia and Belarus were supplied to Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyz National News Agency Kabar reported. The trolleybuses were purchased within the project titled "Development of Public Transport in Bishkek", financed by the European Bank for ...Modified: 13.08.2018
... regions account for 90.5% of all Russia’s toothbrush export. For the first five months of 2018 Nizhniy Novgorod Region has exported toothbrushes worth $361 thous. to five countries. The main importer of this production has become the Republic of Belarus that has accounted for 99.6% of all Nizhniy Novgorodís toothbrush export. Besides, this production has been exported to Kazakhstan, Armenia, Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan. In 2017 all Nizhniy Novgorodís toothbrush export increased by 33% compared to ...Modified: 01.08.2018
According to the Federal Custom Service of Russia, for the first five months of 2018 the Republic of Belarus has exported to Russia more than 22 thous. fresh champignons worth $23.9 mln and thus increased its export compared to the same period of 2017 both in terms of value and in terms of volume. Belarusian supplies account for 71% of Russia’s ...Modified: 24.07.2018
From January to May 2018 Russia has imported 75.5 tn of Belarus chicory valued at $59.2 thous., it is two times more than import volume for the same period of 2017. Belarus has remained the only supplier of chicory to Russian market. The main part of Belarus chicory (82%) has been imported by Moscow city....Modified: 24.07.2018
... structure of haircare exports is dominated by shampoos which it exported to $10.9m and which accounted for 40% of the total, and hairsprays ($2.5m, or 9%), the remaining $13.9m being shared by other products. The key importer of Russian haircares is Belarus which bought to $55.2m in 2017 — 29% of the Russian exports. In January and February 2018, Belarus imported to $10.7m, mainly shampoos (43.3%) and other haircares (42.6%), while hairsprays made 13.7%, and accounted for 39% of Russia’s ...Modified: 29.05.2018
According to the Federal Customs Serviceís statistics, trade between Russia and Belarus stood at $2,394 million in January 2018 showing a 15% growth on last year. Russia’s exports to Belarus grew by 20.9% to $1,573million in January, while its imports from its western neighbor rose only by 5.2% to $820million. Belarusí share ...Modified: 28.03.2018
... exports of bottled bubblies is 71%. In 2017 alone, Krasnodar exported to US$1,8 million — a 48% increase o the previous year. 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 ...Modified: 26.02.2018
Russiaís exports of ready-to-wear natural fur clothes reached US$2 million in the first nine months of 2017. Four countries accounted for 87% of the exports: Belarus (37%) and Kazakhstan (34%) with their cold winters, and France (10%) and Italy (8%), with their cool flair for smart turnout. Italian imports of Russian fur clothes rose to US$158,000 from January through September 2017 — 13 times from ...Modified: 19.02.2018
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