Natural furs were Greeceís 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
... to $432million in the first two months of 2018 ó a 22% increase on last year, said Kemerovoís customs which processed more than 2,000 export declarations in January and February ó 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 regionís metal exports, which rose by 15.4% in the first two months of 2018, went to 30 countries,...Modified: 27.03.2018
Russiaís 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 countryís grain potential stands at 50-52 mln tonnes, with...Modified: 22.03.2018
Orel Regionís manufacturers exported 38,247 display refrigerators for food retail outlets to $29million in 2017 ó 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 Orelís refrigerators in 2017, including Poland (which accounted for 13.4% ...Modified: 21.03.2018
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
Kursk Region exported 304 tons of down and vaned feathers for filling duvets, pillows, sleeping bags and jackets, to $8.8million in 2017 ó up 33% in value terms from the previous year, and 50% of total Russian last yearís exports. The importers of Kursk’s down and vaned feathers are: Taiwan, which accounts for 29% of the regionís exports; mainland China (20%); Germany (16%); Poland (13%); Myanmar (10%); Vietnam (6%); United States (5%); South Korea (0.6%); Indonesia ...Modified: 20.03.2018
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
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
... 2017 ó a record 29% increase in value terms from 2016, and became Russiaís 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 yearís 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
The United States imported Russian ginger cookies to $131,000 in 2017 ó up a record 33% on the previous year. Russia’s exports of ginger cookies to America doubled in 2015/17.†Modified: 19.03.2018
The leader is Mordovia, the Russian Federationís constituent ethnic republic in the heartland of European Russia, which accounted for 36% ($206,000) of Russiaís 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
Indiaís grape exports to Russia in 2017 soared to a record 25,000 tons worth $38million ó 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
Tatarstan, the Russian Federationís 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 ó 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
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
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
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
Tatarstan, a Turkic-speaking constituent republic of Russian Federation on the Volga, increased its exports of ketchup to $6.1 million in 2017, accounting for a third of Russiaís total exports of the product last year. Tatarstan, which exported more bottled ketchup last year than Lithuania, Serbia, Greece, Argentine, Brazil, South Korea, Switzerland ...Modified: 12.03.2018
Russiaís exports of butter totaled to US$8,1 million last year. Four biggest exporters accounted for 61% of the total: Krasnodar territory, Rostov and Ulyanovsk regions, and Moscow. Moscow moved ten notches up to the rank of the Russian Federation’s fourth ...Modified: 19.02.2018
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