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Russia Expands Turbo-jet And Turbo-propeller Gas Turbine Parts Export To China, France and India

In 2018 Russia’s export of turbo-jet and turbo-propeller gas turbine parts increased by 25% compared to the previous year and amounted to $307 mln. The geography of supplies covered 32 countries, mainly China, France and India. In 2018 China was the largest importer of Russia’s turbo-jet and turbo-propeller gas turbine parts. China’s import volume increased by 24% compared to 2017 and reached $89 mln. For the last 5 years Russia’s supplies of this production to ...

Modified: 10.07.2019
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India’s Supplies Of Peppermint Essential Oil To Russia Increases

For the first two months of 2019 India has exported to Russia peppermint essential oil for the total amount of $54.5 thous. and thus increased its supplies sevenfold compared to the same period of 2018. For this period India has accounted for 87% of all peppermint oil supplies to Russia....

Modified: 07.05.2019
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Exports of electric motors and generators to India have increased almost 3.5 times

For our country, India is the most important trade partner and a priority region, which is the focus of the development of the Russian non-primary product exports, as TASS quotes the head of the Russian Export Centre, Andrey Slepnev. In his words, over the past three ...

Modified: 25.04.2019
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Russia-India Trade Turnover Increased

For 10 months of 2018 Russia-India trade turnover amounted to $8.5 bn and increased by 17% compared to the same period of 2017. Russia’s export went up by 21% to $5.9 bn, while its import increased by 8.7% to $2.6 bn. The significant share of Russia’s export to India was ...

Modified: 07.02.2019
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Stavropol To Export More Than 100 Tones Of Fine Wools To India

In 2019 Stavropol Territory plans to export 1.6 thous. tn of fine and semi-fine wool to India. It will be a one thousand tones increase compared to the export figure of 2018. As estimated by the regional Ministry of Agriculture, the international demand for Stavropol fine and semi-fine wool will increase due to its high quality. Today ...

Modified: 29.01.2019
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TVEL to supply fuel pellets for Tarapur NPP in India

TVEL Fuel company of Rosatom and the Department of Atomic Energy of the Government of India signed the contract for supplies of uranium fuel pellets for the units of Tarapur NPP powered by BWR reactors. According to the contract, in 2019, several tons of the pellets produced by Machine-building Plant (MSZ JSC), a fabrication facility ...

Modified: 25.01.2019
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Russia may help India to launch country's first manned space mission

Russia and India can conclude an agreement on the exchange of experience and interaction in preparation for the launch of the first Indian manned space mission. Indian agency PTI reported, citing official sources, that the parties may sign the contract during ...

Modified: 24.09.2018
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Russia Sharply Increased Export To India

For the first half of 2018 non-resource non-energy export has increased by 64% to $2.6 bn and accounted for 66% of all export volume. According to Trade Representative of Russia in India Yaroslav Tarasyuk, the main share of Russian supplies to India has been constituted by machinery ($904.6 mln, 23.2% of all export compared to 16.2% in the first half of 2017). For the first half of 2018 Russia-India trade turnover has amounted to ...

Modified: 05.09.2018
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Russia may export Project 22800 corvettes to Vietnam, India, China

Russia may supply Project 22800 corvettes codenamed Karakurt, armed with the Kaliber missiles, to Vietnam, China, India and other countries of the Asia-Pacific Region, Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov said. "These ships are very successful: they have a big tonnage, good armament, and Kaliber is the most important thing. The corvette has an acceptable price,...

Modified: 30.07.2018
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Russia’s exports to India up by 40% in January-April 2018

Russia’s exports to India increased by 40.1% in January-April 2018 on the same period last year, to reach nearly 2.2 billion US dollars. The most dramatic growth, of more than 600%, was reported in the sector of leguminous crops, with exports up from about two million ...

Modified: 25.06.2018
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Russian and Indian Businessmen To Meet at SPIEF 2018

Russia – India Business Dialogue will take place during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in May 2018. The event has been agreed upon during the course of the visit of Maxim Oreshkin, the Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation ...

Modified: 25.04.2018
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SPIEF 2018 to Discuss New Areas of Cooperation with BRICS

The first day of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum Business Programme will host a panel session New Directions For Trade, Economic And Investment Partnerships With The BRICS Countries. Business community representatives will discuss priorities of the Republic of South Africa chairmanship in the association. The session participants will raise issues of digital economy and transport infrastructure development, youth and women’s entrepreneurship support, collaboration in lowering...

Modified: 10.04.2018
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Russia aims to boost gold reserves, increase sales to India and China

An arm of Russia's largest lender, Sberbank CIB, plans to more than double its gold sales to India this year and sell more of the precious metal than forecast to China, its head of global markets Andrey Shemetov told Reuters. Trade with China is more active this year than the bank originally expected, according to Shemetov. Sberbank plans to ...

Modified: 09.04.2018
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RUSSIA EYES JAPANESE FOOD MARKET

... 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 soybean, sunflower-seed and rape oil, soybeans, chocolates and confectionery, meat and poultry. Russian wines are gaining popularity ...

Modified: 27.03.2018
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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 ...

Modified: 16.03.2018
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India Earns $560m Exporting Pharma Products to Russia

India’s exports of pharmaceuticals reached 14,000 tons worth US$560 in 2017 — a 19% increase on the previous year. Therapeutics and prophylactics made more than two thirds (68%) of the total, far outstripping alkaloid-containing drugs (11%), antibiotics ...

Modified: 28.02.2018
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Russians Prefer Black Indian Tea

The Russians consumed 49,000 tons of black Indian tea in 2017 — 150 times more than green. Russia’s imports of black Indian tea totaled US$122m in 2017, a 15% slide on the previous year, while the import of green tea rose by 4% from U$761,000 in 2016 to US$791,000 in 2017. Leningrad ...

Modified: 27.02.2018
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Russian-Indian Trade on the Rise

Trade between Russia and India totaled US$9.4bn in 2017 — a 21% increase on the previous year. Russia’s exports to India (69%) exceeded more than twice its imports from India (31%). Russia’s key exports which amounted to $6.5bn in 2017 — a 22% increase on 2016 ...

Modified: 26.02.2018
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