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Across the Board: Russia Increases Sawn Timber Exports to Japan in April 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
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Russian Ferroalloy Exports Grow in Physical Terms, Remain Same in Value

Russian had to increase its exports of ferroalloys by 8% in physical terms to 122,000 tons in the first two months of 2018 to maintain the same level of proceeds from these exports as last year, $193.8m. The key Russian ferroalloy exporters are traditionally Kemerovo Region which ...

Modified: 29.05.2018
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Russian Haircare Product Exports to Belarus Growing

According to the Russian Federal Customs Service’s official statistics, Russia exported haircare products to $27.3m in January and February 2018. The 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 ...

Modified: 29.05.2018
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Krasnodar Perfume Exports Soar as They Become Trendy

The exports of perfumes and eau de cologne manufactured in Krasnodar Territory stood at $1.2m in 2017 — more than four hundred (400) times than the previous year. As a result, the territory in the South of the European part of Russia moved from the 26th ...

Modified: 23.05.2018
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Russian Pork Exports Show Steep Increase

According to the Russian Federal Customs Service’s official statistics, Russia’s pork exports stood at $62m in 2016/17— a 50% increase on the previous two years. However, Russia’s imports of pork exceeded its exports 13 times in 2017. The leading Russian pork producers are Rostov Region which exported to $18m, Tver Region ($10 ...

Modified: 23.05.2018
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Tyumen Region Boosts Mono-Ethylene Glycol Exports

Tyumen Region exported 41,000 tons of mono-ethylene glycol (MEG) to $37m in 2017 — six times more than the previous year. The key importers of Tyumen’s chemical were Belarus which imported to $32.9m and Kazakhstan ($4.2m). Russia’s total MEG exports stood at 125,400 tons worth $106m, the leading exporters being Tatarstan and Tyumen; combined, these two regions account for 71% of the national total. Mono-ethylene glycol, a durable frost-resistant chemical, is used: - in automotive winter coolants ...

Modified: 23.05.2018
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Russia Exports Aluminum to 120 Countries

According to the Russian Federal Customs Service’s official statistics, Russia exported 3.7m tons of aluminum to $6.4bn in 2017 — a 16% increase on the previous year. The key importers of Russian aluminum in 2017, which accounted for 70% of the total (or $4.5bn) were the United States which imported 27.4% of the total, with a 14% increase on 2016), Turkey (13% of the total and 51% increase on 2016), Japan (12.3% of the total and an 11% increase on 2016), the Netherlands (6.9% and a 2% increase...

Modified: 22.05.2018
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Tyumen Region Increases Dairy Exports

... fresh milk and cream worth $1,6m. Milk and cream make Tyumen’s number one food export although food makes only 0.04% of goods exported by the region specializing in oil and gas. “Milk products have good export prospects. Tyumen Regions main exports, certainly, are still energy (94%) and chemicals (4%). But the export potentials and existing niches in international food markets can be good drivers for regional producers,” commented Yuri Shurygin, Executive Director of the Association ...

Modified: 22.05.2018
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Kurgan Region’s Exports

According to the Russian Federal Customs Service’s official statistics, Kurgan Region in South-Western Siberia exported to $111m in 2016 — a 46% slump on the previous year. Kurgan’s exports are: secret code products (15% of the region’s total exports); pharmaceuticals (13%); sawn timber (13%); structures of iron or steel (10%); motor vehicles component parts (7%); special purpose motor vehicles (6%); taps, cocks, valves and similar ...

Modified: 17.05.2018
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Russian Exports to United States in 10 Years: Did Sanctions Affect Them?

Russia’s exports to the United States slid by 12% in 2015 following the introduction of the Western sanctions, while imports dropped by 38%. However, Russian exports to the United States are showing a steady growth after the initial slump: in 2016, exports picked ...

Modified: 30.04.2018
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Russian Oil Exports Before and After Western Sanctions

According to official statistics of the Russian Federal Customs Service, Russia’s exports of oil extracted from bituminous minerals (except crude), decreased in 2017 by 24m tons or 10% in physical weight and by $58bn or 50% in value terms from 2014. Dynamics of Russian Oil Exports in 2001/17 ---  In value terms (bn),  ---  In physical ...

Modified: 29.04.2018
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Russian exports to Syria

Russian exports to Syria slumped three times after the beginning of the Syrian civil war to $0.6bn in 2011/12, according to official statistics of the Russian Federal Customs Service. In 2013/14 the drop continued to its low of $0.2bn. The period of 2014/16 ...

Modified: 28.04.2018
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RUSSIA EXPORTS FITNESS MACHINES

RUSSIA EXPORTS FITNESS MACHINES

Modified: 28.04.2018
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Russia may export up to 52 mln tonnes of grain in 2018 agricultural season — expert

... including up to 40 mln tonnes of wheat which is a record figure, chief executive of the Institute for Agricultural Market Studies (IKAR) Dmitry Rylko told reporters during a conference call. "There is a possibility that the volume of wheat exports, taking into account the illegal exports to Kazakhstan, that took place this year (up to half a million tonnes ) will total 40 million tonnes. This is, of course, a colossal record. Last year, for the first time in history we exported 27 mln tonnes ...

Modified: 26.04.2018
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Azerbaijan plans to triple export to Russia within five years — minister

Azerbaijan plans to triple exports to Russia within the next five years, the country’s Economy Minister Shahin Mustafayev said following the talks with his Russian counterpart Maxim Oreshkin. "We plan to raise exports of Azerbaijani products to Russia three-fold within the ...

Modified: 24.04.2018
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Russian Far East Exports Less Honey to China in 2017

... 554 tons of local honey to $1.2million to neighboring China in 2017 — down by 328 tons or 37% in physical weight and less by $698,000 or 36% in value terms than the previous year (and 43% less than ever before), although it remained the leader in the exports of Russian honey to China which accounts for 88% of honey imported from Maritime Territory Two other importers of Far Eastern honey are Taiwan, where the territory exported 12 times more honey, and Japan, which increased its imports of Russian ...

Modified: 23.04.2018
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Syrian Exports to Russia in January 2018

Syria’s exports to Russia amounted to $811,000 in January 2018. In the first month of 2018, Syria exported to Russia oranges (to $464,00, a 60% leap on last year), nuts (to $262,000, 15% more than in the entire 2017) and tomatoes (to $28,000, 13% more than ...

Modified: 23.04.2018
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Kamchatka Increases Chatka Meat Exports

... of the peninsular territory’s export last year, worth $88,9million. Kamchatka exported 2,000 tons of live and chilled crabmeat to $33,3million in 2017. The key importers of Kamchatka crabmeat were South Korea (which imported 96.6% of the territory’s exports), China (2.2%), Japan (1.2%), and the Netherlands (0.02%).

Modified: 22.04.2018
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Altai Territory Increases Buckwheat Exports

Altai Territory in South-Western Siberian exported 4,600 tons of buckwheat grots to $1.1million in the first quarter of 2017 — a 21% increase on last year in value terms and 56% in physical weight — and became the leader of Russian buckwheat exports, accounting for 45% of all buckwheat groats exports from Russia. Nine countries bought Altai groats in the first three month of 2018: Lithuania imported 1,800 tons to $ 435,300, or 38,7%; Japan, 628 tons to $ 240,600 (21.4%); Poland, 1,00 tons ...

Modified: 21.04.2018
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Tatarstan Exports Tires to 31 Countries

... The key importer of Tatar tires in 2018 was Kazakhstan, which imported more than 221,000 tires to $10.6m, or 40% of the constituent republic’s total. The other top 15 importers of Tatar tires, which accounted for 53.7% of the republic’s tire exports in January-March 2018 included Belarus (12%), Ukraine (9%), Serbia (5.1%), Czech Republic (4.2%); Romania (4.1%), Kyrgyzstan (3.2%), Lithuania (2.9%), Uzbekistan (2.7%), Moldova (2.2%), Azerbaijan (2.2%), Bulgaria (1.8%), Tajikistan (1.7%), Armenia ...

Modified: 20.04.2018
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Brent oil price above $74 per barrel first time from November 27, 2014

The cost of Brent crude oil futures contracts deliverable in June 2018 rose by 1%, to $74.23 per barrel in the course of trading on the ICE Exchange in London, according to its data. The last time this blend’s price hit $74 per barrel was on November 27, 2014. Despite the hike in oil prices, the ruble rate remains low against key global currencies. As of 11:10 Moscow time, the dollar-to-ruble rate on the Moscow Stock Exchange was 60.99 rubles, which is 0.23% up from the closure of the previous...

Modified: 20.04.2018
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Mapping international buyers of Russian agricultural equipment

Exports of Russian-made agricultural machinery and equipment have been growing slowly but steadily in recent years. Russia’s farming machinery has reportedly managed to win 47 international markets so far. The latest data from the country’s Trade ...

Modified: 19.04.2018
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Murmansk Region Leading Fertilizer Exporter

Murmansk Region in the North of European Russia exported 455.000 tons of mineral fertilizers to $115.5million in the first quarter of 2018 and became the leader in fertilizer exports, accounting for 28% of the national total. Murmansk exports two types of chemical fertilizers: one type containing two or three elements (58%), and the other, nitrogenous only. The biggest importers of Murmansk’s fertilizers in January-March ...

Modified: 18.04.2018
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Astrakhan Increases Caviar Exports

... 2017 was neighboring Kazakhstan which imported 187 kilograms of Astrakhan malossol to $106,800, or 53.5%. The other large importer of Astrakhan caviar is traditionally the United States which imported 145 kg to $46,800, or 23.4%. Russia’s overall exports of sturgeon caviar in 2018 amounted to 7,249 kilograms to $2.4million — 11% up from the previous year in value terms and 1% down in physical terms.

Modified: 18.04.2018
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Russian Yogurt Export Leaders

According to trade statistics, 25 constituent regions of the Russian Federation exported yogurt last year. The leader was Moscow Region which exported to $12.3million — 62% of total Russian yogurt exports in 2017 (which stood at $19.9million, up 4% from the previous year), followed, by a large margin, by its capital, Moscow ($3.2, or 16% of the national total), and Rostov Region ($2.3, or 11%). The fourth and fifth were Samara Region on the Volga ...

Modified: 14.04.2018
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Tomsk Boosts Beer Exports

Central Siberian Tomsk Region’s exports of malt beer in 2017 stood at $2million — a record 42% leap on the previous year in value terms. Kazakhstan, with its hot and dry summer, was the biggest importer of beer, accounting for 85% ($1.7m) of the Siberian region’s liquid exports last ...

Modified: 13.04.2018
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ANIMAL VACCINE EXPORTS

Modified: 13.04.2018
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Russia doubles LNG exports as revenues grow threefold

Exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Russia doubled to five million cubic meters in the first two months of the current year compared to the same period in 2017, the Federal Customs Service reports. Revenues from LNG sales abroad more than doubled ...

Modified: 11.04.2018
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European companies take interest in buying Russian solar panels

Russian producers of solar panels start making export contracts with European consumers, First Deputy Energy Minister Alexei Teksler told. "They [Russian producers of solar panels - TASS] already have export contracts arising, particularly with Europeans, because [Russian panels - TASS] have high efficiency. These are different European countries," Teksler said. European companies show interest in importing Russian solar panels owing to their high efficiency, the official said. The...

Modified: 05.04.2018
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TATARSTAN BOOST EXPORT OF TRACTORS IN JAN. 2018

Tatarstan, the Russian Federation’s constituent ethnic Turkic-speaking republic on the Volga, exported 32 tractors to $1.7million in January 2018, showing a 16-fold leap on last year. Tatarstan shipped eight tractors to Armenia, six to each of the Philippines and Kyrgyzstan, five to Kazakhstan, three to Ukraine, and two to each of Belarus and Belgium. The leading Russian tractor exporter in terms of value is St. Petersburg which exported 25 tractors to $1.9m last January, while the numerical leader...

Modified: 03.04.2018
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Voronezh Oblast Takes Lead as Russia’s No.1 Sugar Exporter

Voronezh Region in South-Western Russia exported in January 2018 a record 22.8 thousand tons of sugar to $10million — a 5-fold leap on last year — beating its rival, Moscow Region, and taking the lead as Russia’s biggest sugar exporter. Most of Voronezh sugar (97%) went to Uzbekistan. The remaining 3% was imported by Kyrgyzstan (2%), Mongolia and Belarus. Voronezh Region accounted for 23.4% of Russia’s sugar market in January, closely followed by Krasnodar Territory in the South of the European...

Modified: 03.04.2018
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Kurgan Region Boosts Steelwork Exports in January 2018

Kurgan Region in South-Western Siberia has boosted the export of ready-to-install construction steelworks in January 2018 to 582 tons worth $1.063 — a 13-fold increase on last year. In January 2017, 99% of Kurgan’s steelworks to a total of $80,000 were imported by Kazakhstan, and the remaining 1%, by China. Kazakhstan was the only country where Kurgan imported its steelworks in January 2018.

Modified: 02.04.2018
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Modified: 28.03.2018
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Kostroma Region Russia’s Biggest Bling Exporter

Kostroma Region exported 13.8 tons of jewelry worth $43.5million in 2017 and became Russia’s top exporter, accounting for more than a half (52%) of Russian exports of jewelry, followed by a large margin by Moscow (25%) and St. Petersburg (8%). The importers of Kostroma jewelry in 2017 included: Belarus, which imported to $20.5 (47% of the region’s exports); Kazakhstan ($12.2m, 28%); Moldova $3.4m,...

Modified: 28.03.2018
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Natural Furs a Key Greek Export to Russia

Natural furs were Greece’s key exports to Russia in 2017, accounting for 10% of all Greek trade with Russia. Greece’s exports of fur clothing to Russia soared by 55% to $24million last year, and consisted largely of mink (91% of the total worth $22million), while sheepskin,...

Modified: 28.03.2018
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KEMEROVO REGION’S EXPORTS GROW BY 22% IN 2018

... to $432million in the first two months of 2018 — a 22% increase on last year, said Kemerovo’s customs which processed more than 2,000 export declarations in January and February — 28% more than in the first two months of 2017. Kemerovo’s key exports are metals and metal products (88.1%), chemicals (8.6%), food and raw agricultural produce (2.6%), and wood, pulp and paper (0.3%). The Siberian region’s metal exports, which rose by 15.4% in the first two months of 2018, went to 30 countries,...

Modified: 27.03.2018
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Russia’s grain export may reach up to 53 mln tonnes in 2017-2018 agriculture year

Russia’s grain export may total 52-53 mln tonnes in 2017-2018 agriculture year, Agriculture Minister Alexander Tkachev said. "We expect export of grain to be 52-53 mln tonnes this season," he said. Earlier the minister said that Russia might export up to 45-47 mln tonnes of grain in 2017-2018 agricultural year, which will end on June 30. However, the ministry’s department director Anatoly Kutsenko said on March 16, that the country’s grain potential stands at 50-52 mln tonnes, with...

Modified: 22.03.2018
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Orel Region sells display refrigerators to 44 countries

Orel Region’s manufacturers exported 38,247 display refrigerators for food retail outlets to $29million in 2017 — up 43% from the previous year. The region accounts for 37% of total Russian exports of display refrigerators, followed by its southern rival, Belgorod (29%) and one of Russia’s ethnic constituent republics, Marii-El. Forty-four countries imported Orel’s refrigerators in 2017, including Poland (which accounted for 13.4% ...

Modified: 21.03.2018
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Moscow Region leading Russian strawberry exporter

Moscow Region exported 11.2 tons of fresh strawberries last year to $16,000, accounting for 82% of all Russian strawberry exports, in value terms, followed by St. Petersburg which exported to $1,000 (6%), and Rostov Region with its 3% share worth $666. The largest importers of Moscow Region’s strawberries in 2017 were Belarus and Kazakhstan.

Modified: 21.03.2018
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Kursk exports half of Russian duvet/pillow down feathers

Kursk Region exported 304 tons of down and vaned feathers for filling duvets, pillows, sleeping bags and jackets, to $8.8million in 2017 — up 33% in value terms from the previous year, and 50% of total Russian last year’s exports. The importers of Kursk’s down and vaned feathers are: Taiwan, which accounts for 29% of the region’s exports; mainland China (20%); Germany (16%); Poland (13%); Myanmar (10%); Vietnam (6%); United States (5%); South Korea (0.6%); Indonesia ...

Modified: 20.03.2018
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Belgorod Region’s Yogurt Exports Surge

Exports of yogurt from Belgorod Region in southwestern Russia shot up 30 times during 2016/17 to a total $356,000 in 2017.

Modified: 20.03.2018
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Russian vodka producer plans to double deliveries to US in 2018

Tatspirtprom, a major Russian vodka producer, plans to double its exports to the United States in 2018, the corporate press service told TASS on Monday. Shipments amounted to 13,000 daL last year, the press service said. "We plan to double exports to the United States this year. These comprise the Russian Value ...

Modified: 19.03.2018
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Irkutsk Region Leads in Sawn Lumber Exports

... 2017 — a record 29% increase in value terms from 2016, and became Russia’s largest industrial wood exporter. The largest importers of Southern Siberian sawn lumber in 2017 were China, which accounted for a 64% share in Irkutsk’s last year’s exports, worth $831million, Japan (17%) and Uzbekistan (5%). Russia exported sawn lumber to $4billion last year, with Irkutsk Region accounting for 32% of the total, followed by its western neighbor Krasnoyarsk Territory (13%) and historically lumbering ...

Modified: 19.03.2018
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Demand for Russian Cookies Grows in the U.S.

The United States imported Russian ginger cookies to $131,000 in 2017 — up a record 33% on the previous year. Russia’s exports of ginger cookies to America doubled in 2015/17. 

Modified: 19.03.2018
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Russian regions exporting cut flowers

The leader is Mordovia, the Russian Federation’s constituent ethnic republic in the heartland of European Russia, which accounted for 36% ($206,000) of Russia’s flower exports in 2017. Other Russian exporters are: - Rostov region (exported to $156,000 in 2017); - Astrakhan region ($54,000); - Smolensk region ($40,000); - Moscow region ($30,000); - Krasnodar territory ($25,000); - Bryansk region ($23,000); - ...

Modified: 16.03.2018
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India Ranks in Top Three Grape Exporters to Russia

India’s grape exports to Russia in 2017 soared to a record 25,000 tons worth $38million — a 67% surge from the previous year. The key Russian importers of Indian grapes in 2017 were St. Petersburg (47%), Moscow (25%), and, surprisingly, essentially viticultural Krasnodar ...

Modified: 16.03.2018
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Tatarstan Exports Marmalade to Kazakhstan

Tatarstan, the Russian Federation’s constituent republic on the Volga and its biggest marmalade exporter accounting for a quarter of all Russian exports of marmalade, increased its sales in 2017 to 1,800 tons worth $2.8million — a 20% rise on the previous year. The main importer of Tatarstan’s marmalade in 2017 was Kazakhstan, which consumed 1,100 tons worth $1.7million (61% of Tatar exports)....

Modified: 14.03.2018
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Siberian Region Adds Cocoa to Coal Exports

Kemerovo Region in South Siberia, the traditional producer and exporter of coal, added cocoa powder and chocolates to its key exports, to become one of the top three Russian cocoa product exporters, with its 38,000 tons of cocoa worth $81.6million exported in 2017 (15%), following Moscow and Moscow Region with their collective 47% share. In the meantime, coal remained Kemerovo’s ...

Modified: 13.03.2018
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Chelyabinsk Region No. 1 Truck Crane Exporter

Chelyabinsk Region in the Urals became the biggest Russian exporter of truck-mounted cranes in 2017 when it sold to $4.7million (27.6% of the national export), closely followed by neighboring Sverdlovsk Region (27.1%) and Bryansk Region (14%). Chelyabinsk exported its truck cranes to Kazakhstan (45%), Ethiopia (20%), Syria (17%), Vietnam (13%), Afghanistan (4%) and Tajikistan (2%).

Modified: 13.03.2018
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Tomsk Regions Boost Oats Exports to Mongolia

Tomsk, Siberia, producers of oats boosted their exports to Mongolia 20 times in January and February 2018 from the first two months of 2017, the Russian Agriculture Supervision Directorate for Tomsk Region said. The regional directorate cleared 4,500 tons of feed grade oats for export to Mongolian ...

Modified: 12.03.2018
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