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Trade between Azerbaijan, Russia grows 21,4%

The trade turnover between Azerbaijan and Russia amounted to $1.381 billion in January-June 2019 which recorded an increase by 21.4 percent compared to the same period of 2018. The trade turnover between two countries exceeded $2.5 billion in 2018. The ...

Modified: 18.07.2019
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Russia’s Chocolate Export Went Up By $5.6 mln

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s chocolate export increased by 4% (+$5.6 mln) compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $142 mln. The export geography covered 57 countries, primarily Kazakhstan, China, Belarus and Azerbaijan. These countries accounted for 52% of Russia’s chocolate goods supplies. In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s chocolate export to Kazakhstan stood at $28 mln (19% of all Russia’s export of this good), it is a 15% increase compared to the same period of...

Modified: 11.07.2019
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Russia’s Export To Mongolia Increased By 30% In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Mongolia increased by 30% compared to the same period of 2018 and reached $374 mln. The top Russian goods exported to Mongolia were as follows: • Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals (not crude); • Light distillates; • Iron or non-alloy steel bars and rods, hot-rolled, hot-drawn or hot-extruded, containing indentations, ribs, grooves or other deformations produced during the rolling process or twisted after rolling; • Ammonium nitrate;...

Modified: 08.07.2019
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Russia extends zero duty on wheat exports as production continues to boom

Russia is looking to solidify its position on the global agriculture export market after the government announced that it is extending the term of the zero rate on wheat exports until July 1, 2021. According to a decree posted on the official government website: “The decision will facilitate the export of produce of the agro-industrial sector.” The zero wheat export duty, introduced in Russia three years ago, was valid until July 1, 2018 with a subsequent extension until July 1, 2019...

Modified: 03.07.2019
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Russia’s Export To Italy Had A 9% Increase In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Italy increased by 9% compared to the same period of 2018 and stood at $3.8 bn. The top Russian goods exported to Italy included: • Crude petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals; • Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals (not crude); • Ferrous products obtained by direct reduction of iron ore and other spongy ferrous products, in lumps, pellets or the like; • Platinum (unwrought or in semi-manufactured forms or powdered); •...

Modified: 02.07.2019
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Russia’s Export To Thailand Increased By 55% In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Thailand increased by 55% compared to the same period of 2018 and reached $240 mln. The top Russia’s export goods were as follows: • Crude petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals; • Carbon, carbon blacks and other forms of carbon; • Semi-finished products of iron or non-alloy steel; • Mineral or chemical fertilizers containing two or three nutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium); • Unwrought aluminum; • Synthetic rubber...

Modified: 02.07.2019
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Russia’s Export To The Czech Republic Increased By 19% In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to the Czech Republic increased by 19% compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $1.2 bn. Russia exported to the Czech market the following major goods: • Crude petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals; • Hydrazine and hydroxylamine and their inorganic salts; • Semi-finished products of iron or non-alloy steel; • Nuclear reactors, non-irradiated fuel elements (cartridges) for nuclear reactors, machinery and apparatus for isotopic...

Modified: 02.07.2019
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Russia’s Export To Serbia Increased By 21% In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Serbia increased by 21% compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $322 mln. The top Russian goods exported to Serbia included: • Copper wire; • Mineral or chemical nitrogen fertilizers; • Ethylene polymers in primary forms; • Manufactured tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes; • Cigars, cheroots, cigarillos and cigarettes of tobacco or of tobacco substitutes; • Iron ores and concentrates, including roasted iron pyrites; • Carbon...

Modified: 01.07.2019
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Russia’s Export To Malaysia Increased By 32% In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Malaysia increased by 32% compared to the same period of 2018 and stood at $402 mln. In this period among the top export goods there were: • Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals (not crude); • Coal, briquettes, ovoids and similar solid fuels manufactured from coal; • Crude petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals; • Uncoated kraft paper and paperboard, in rolls or sheets; • Mineral or chemical fertilizers containing two or...

Modified: 01.07.2019
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Russia’s Export To Canada More Than Doubled In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Canada had a 2.2-fold increase compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $210 mln. The major Russian good exported to Canada became crude petroleum oil and oil products from bituminous minerals that had been not exported in the first quarter of 2018. These products accounted for 58% of all Russia’s export supplies to Canada. Besides, Russia exported to Canada the following goods: • Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals...

Modified: 01.07.2019
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Russia’s Export To The USA Increased By 19% In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to the USA increased by 19% compared to the same period of 2018 and stood at $2.7 bn. The export growth was stipulated by increasing supplies of such goods as crude petroleum oil and oil products (a 7-fold increase by $453 mln), platinum (unwrought or in semi-manufactured forms) (a 2-fold increase by $144 mln), not crude petroleum oil and oil products (+20% by $104 mln), seamless tubes, pipes and hollow profiles of iron or steel (a 3-fold increase by...

Modified: 28.06.2019
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Russia’s Export To The Republic Of Korea Increased By 61% In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to the Republic of Korea increased by 61% compared to the same period of 2018 and reached $4.3 bn. The export growth was caused by increasing supplies of such production as crude petroleum oil and oil products from bituminous minerals (a 3.3-fold increase by $1.3 bn), petroleum oil and oil products (not crude) (+11% by $76 mln), bituminous coal (+29% by $149 mln), petroleum gases and other gaseous hydrocarbons(+48% by $109 mln), and crustaceans (+38%...

Modified: 28.06.2019
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Russia’s Export To Yemen Increased By 52% In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Yemen increased by 52% compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $97.4 mln. Among the main export goods there were following products: · Wheat and meslin (+32% by $18 mln); · Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals (not crude) (a 69-fold increase by $16 mln); · Unused postage, revenue or similar stamps of current or new issue in the country in which they have, or will have, a recognised face value; stamp-impressed paper;...

Modified: 28.06.2019
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Russia’s Export To Egypt Had A 16% Increase In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Egypt had a 16% increase compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $1.7 bn. For this period the major export supplies included wheat and meslin (-36%), semi-finished products of iron or non-alloy steel (-38%), petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals (not crude) (-62%), wood sawn or chipped lengthwise (+15%), radar apparatus, radio navigational aid apparatus and radio remote control apparatus (+12%), plywood (+58%), copper wire (a...

Modified: 27.06.2019
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Russia’s Export To Bangladesh Had A 53% Increase In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Bangladesh had a 53% increase compared to the same period of 2018 and reached $119 mln. The major volumes of supplies were constituted by wheat and meslin (a 3-fold increase), iron or steel sheet piling (not exported in the first quarter of 2018), dried leguminous vegetables (a 25-fold increase), petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals (not crude) (+28%), structures of iron or steel (not exported in the first quarter of 2018), asbestos (a...

Modified: 27.06.2019
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Russia’s Export To China Increased By $660 mln In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to China increased by $660 compared to the same period of 2018 and reached $12.9 bn. Among the main export goods there were crude petroleum oil and oil products (export volume was the same as in the last year’s period), petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals (not crude) (+54%), wood sawn or chipped lengthwise (+11%), bituminous coal (+7%), frozen fish, excluding fish fillets (+31%), refined copper and copper alloys, unwrought (+2%), wood...

Modified: 25.06.2019
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Russia’s Export To New Zealand Had A 41-Fold Increase In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to New Zealand had a 41-fold increase compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $84.5 mln. The major export good was crude petroleum oil and oil products from bituminous minerals that had been not exported in the first quarter of 2018. Besides, Russia exported to this country following production: · Twine, cordage or rope, knotted netting, made up fishing nets and other made up nets of textile materials; · Mineral or chemical nitrogen...

Modified: 25.06.2019
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Russia’s Export To Cyprus Had A 2.3-Fold Increase In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to the Cyprus had a 2.3-fold increase compared to the same period of 2018 and reached $297 mln. In this period Russia exported to Cyprus mostly oils and other products of the distillation of high temperature coal tar (a 6-fold increase), bituminous coal (a 18-fold increase), petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals (not crude) (-34%), tugs and pusher craft (not exported in the first quarter of 2018), ethers, ether-alcohols, ether-phenols, ether-alcohol-phenols...

Modified: 25.06.2019
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Russia’s Export to Ecuador Doubled In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Ecuador doubled compared to the same period of 2018 and stood at $116 mln. The export growth was stipulated by increasing supplies of the following production: · Petroleum oils and oils from bituminous minerals (not crude) (a 5-fold increase by $62 mln); · Mineral or chemical nitrogen fertilizers (+42% by $6 mln); · Iron or non-alloy steel in coils, flat-rolled, of a width 600 mm or more, hot-rolled (+32% by $1 mln); · Carbon, carbon blacks...

Modified: 24.06.2019
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Russia’s Export to Croatia Doubled In The First Quarter Of 2019

In the first quarter of 2019 Russia’s export to Croatia doubled compared to the same period of 2018 and amounted to $534 mln. The major supplies were constituted by crude oil (+32%), unwrought aluminum (+97%), bituminous coal (a 4-fold increase), petroleum oils and oil products (not crude) (a 16-fold increase), mineral or chemical potash fertilizers (a 3-fold increase), parts of railway or tramway locomotives or rolling stock (not exported in the first quarter of 2018), coke and semi-coke of coal...

Modified: 24.06.2019
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Russia – EU Trade Turnover

During the first four months of 2019, the trade turnover between Russia and the countries of the European Union increased 2.2% year-on-year up to 82.6 bn euro. According to Eurostat, import from EU countries into Russia was up 1.8% making 28 bn euro. Export from Russia to the European Union ...

Modified: 20.06.2019
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Trade between Azerbaijan, Russia grows 23%

The trade turnover between Azerbaijan and Russia grew 23 percent in the first quarter of this year. “Trade relations are developing very successfully,” Azerbaijan’s Economy Minister Shahin Mustafayev said. “Last year, according to our ...

Modified: 14.06.2019
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Trade between Russia and China has increased in 2019

... and Chinese leaders hailed ties that had reached an "unprecedented level" after having cozied up repeatedly in recent years. On a visit to China in early April, Russian President Vladimir Putin triumphantly announced that his country had traded goods worth more than $100 billion (€89 billion) with its vast Asian neighbor in 2018, declaring that "China is our strategic partner." This Wednesday, Putin once again met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Moscow. It was their 28th ...

Modified: 10.06.2019
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Russia – EU Trade Balance

During the first three months of 2019, the trade turnover between Russia and the countries of the European Union increased 1.2% year-on-year up to 31.1 bn euro. According to Eurostat, import from EU countries into Russia was up 0.5% making 20.6 bn euro. Export from Russia to the European Union ...

Modified: 20.05.2019
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Ashgabat, Moscow mull joint economic projects

... cooperation in the industrial, construction, transport, oil and gas, gas chemical and electric power industries, the report said. The subject of cooperation between the relevant ministries and departments of the two countries and the process of implementing trade operations were touched upon. The agenda also included cooperation issues in such important areas as the agro-industrial complex and the supply of agricultural equipment, construction, interaction among business structures and the introduction of ...

Modified: 13.05.2019
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Moscow supplies goods and services to almost two hundred countries

Last year, exporters from the capital city cooperated with partners from 184 countries, said the CEO of the Moscow export centre, Kirill Ilyichev, in an interview with RIA Novosti. According to him, mechanical equipment, machinery and computers take the top spots on the list of deliveries. Kazakhstan, Belarus, Egypt, the USA and Algeria have become leaders in the import of non-primary non-energy goods from the capital of our country. As noted, exports to Algeria and Egypt decreased last year. Thus...

Modified: 25.04.2019
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Russia’s exports to Azerbaijan up 12.5% in 2018

Exports from Russia to Azerbaijan experienced a 12.5% increase in 2018, rising to $1.7 bln, while trade turnover between the countries climbed 13.8% to $2.4 bln. Russian exports to Azerbaijan was mainly represented by the following commodity groups in 2018: food items and agricultural produce - $422.1 mln, machinery, equipment and transport vehicles ...

Modified: 05.04.2019
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Trade turnover between Russia and Vietnam can reach $10 bln by 2020

Building up mutual investments will help solve the problem of increasing trade turnover between Russia and Vietnam to $10 bln by 2020, Russia’s Minister of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov said at a meeting with Minister of Industry and Trade of Vietnam Tran Tuan Anh. The volume of Russian exports to Vietnam in 2018 amounted ...

Modified: 01.04.2019
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Russia-Jordanian Trade Turnover Went Up

In 2018 Russia-Jordanian trade turnover had a 3.8-fold increase and amounted to $602.6 mln. In the bilateral trade structure Russia’s export prevailed with a 97.6% share. Russia exported to Jordan goods for the total amount of $508.3 mln (a 4.4-fold increase). The main share ...

Modified: 28.03.2019
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Mexico-Russia Trade Turnover Increased

In 2018 Mexico-Russia trade turnover went up by 214% compared to 2017 and reached $2.94 bn. In the bilateral trade structure Russia’s export accounted for 68% of the turnover (+32% compared to 2017), while its import accounted for the rest 32% (-2%). Russia’s ...

Modified: 28.03.2019
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Chilean Cheese Is Here To Stay

Russia has become the largest importer of Chilean cheese at the beginning of 2019. According to the Office of Agricultural Studies and Policies of Chile (ODEPA), from January to February, 2019 Chile has exported to Russia 663 tons of cheese, it is a 28% increase compared to the same period of 2018. Russian market accounted for 38.6% of all cheese export from Chile. The second largest importer of Chilean cheese has been Mexico with a 36.7% share. Last year Mexico got ahead of Russia in Chilean cheese...

Modified: 21.03.2019
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Russia-Thailand Trade Turnover Rises

In 2018 Russia-Thailand trade turnover went up by 17% compared to 2017 and amounted to $2.6 bn. In the bilateral trade structure Russia’s export was two and a half times more than its import. Russia’s export to Thailand reached $753.5 mln, it is a 47% increase compared ...

Modified: 18.03.2019
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Russia and France Expand Bilateral Trade

In 2018 Russia’s export to France had a 2.4-fold increase compared to 2017 and reached $7.78 bn. Russia’s import from France also increased (+4.8%) and amounted to $9.56 bn. The bilateral trade turnover went up by 40%. In the trade structure Russia’s import from France was 23% more than its export to this country. Both export and import growth was caused by increased supplies of HS Code 99 (specific goods not included in HS Chapters). ...

Modified: 07.03.2019
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Why Russia-Canada Trade Turnover Decreased

In 2018 Russia-Canada trade turnover reduced by 17% compared to 2017 and amounted to $1.33 bn. In the bilateral trade structure Canada’s export prevailed. Russia’s import from Canada cut down by 23.8% to $745.9 mln. Russia’s export to Canada also decreased (-6%) and ...

Modified: 07.03.2019
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Russia-Mongolia Trade Turnover Rose

In 2018 Russia-Mongolia trade turnover increased by 20.6% and reached $1.65 bn. In the trade structure Russia’s export prevailed with a 97.4% share. For this period Russia exported to Mongolia goods for the total amount of $1.61 bn (+21%). The main export goods traditionally ...

Modified: 05.03.2019
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Russia remained Ukraine’s main trade partner in 2018

In 2018, Ukrainian exports to other countries amounted to $47.3 bln, an increase of 9.4% compared with 2017. The biggest share of the country’s exports ($3.7 bln) still falls on Russia, despite a 7.2% decrease, which is followed by Poland ($3.3 bln), Italy ($2.6 bln), Turkey ($2.4 bln), Germany and China ($2.2 bln each). Among importers, Russia also remains the first. In 2018, imports of Russian goods to Ukraine rose by 12.3% compared with 2017 to $8.1 bln. China was the second ($7.6 bln)...

Modified: 01.03.2019
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Russia-Denmark Trade Turnover Rises

In 2018 Russia-Denmark trade turnover increased by 26% and amounted to $4.89 bn. In the bilateral trade structure Russia’s export prevailed with an 80% share. For this period Russia exported to Denmark goods for the total amount of $3.89 bn (+32%). The main export commodities ...

Modified: 22.02.2019
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Russia-Chile Trade Turnover Expanded

In 2018 Russia-Chile trade turnover amounted to $1.18 bn, it is a 31% increase compared to 2017. In the bilateral trade structure Russia’s import prevailed with an 89% share, while its export accounted for the rest 11% of the turnover. In 2018 Russia’s import from ...

Modified: 20.02.2019
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Russia Is The Largest Trade Partner Of Lithuania

According to the Lithuanian Department of Statistics, Russia remains the major trade partner of this Baltic republic. In 2018 Lithuania’s export to Russia accounted for 14% of all export volume and increased by 1.4% to €3.974 bn. Country’s import from Russia provided 14.8% of import volume and stood at ˆ4.58 bn. Besides,...

Modified: 18.02.2019
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Iran, Russia, Kazakhstan Sign Deal on Wheat Trade

The ministries of agriculture of Iran, Russia and Kazakhstan have concluded a trilateral memorandum of understanding on the issue of wheat trade. This resulted from negotiations on a temporary agreement leading to the formation of a free trade zone between the Eurasian Economic Union and Iran, Zol.ru reported. Trade Minister of the Eurasian Economic Commission Veronika Nikishina was quoted ...

Modified: 14.02.2019
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Trade turnover between Russia and Germany increased

Trade turnover between Russia and Germany increased 8.4% and reached nearly ˆ62 billion ($70 billion) in 2018 compared to previous year. Year-on-year imports from Russia to Germany expanded 14.7%, amounting to €36 billion ($40 billion). Export to ...

Modified: 13.02.2019
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About 400 Thous. Tn Of Russian Wheat To Be Supplied To Syria

In 2017 and 2018 Syria imported about 2.2 mln tn of wheat. Nearly 90% of wheat supplies were provided by Russia, the rest 10% were exported by Romania and Bulgaria. In 2018 alone Syria imported 1.5 mln tn of wheat from Russia. At this moment Syrian government is planning to have imported from Russia about 400 thous. tn of wheat worth more than $100 mln. by the start of the harvest season in Syria.

Modified: 11.02.2019
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Russia Trade Turnover Showed An Increased In 2018

According to the Federal Custom Service of Russia, in 2018 Russia’s trade turnover amounted to $692.6 bn (+17.6% compared to 2017). Export surplus totaled $211.6 bn, it is a $80.6 bn increase compared to the previous year. Russia’s export reached $452.1 bn (+25.6%). About 87.9% of all Russian exports went ...

Modified: 11.02.2019
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Russia-Algeria Trade Turnover Expanded

In 2018 Russia-Algeria trade turnover increased by 18% and amounted to more than $4 bn. Russia’s export to Algeria exceeded its import from this country. For the first nine months of 2018 Russia exported to Algeria goods for the total amount of $2.3 bn, while its import ...

Modified: 08.02.2019
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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 constituted ...

Modified: 07.02.2019
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Ukraine’s Export To Russia Reduced By 7%

For 11 months of 2018 the export of Ukrainian goods to Russia reduced by 7% and stood at $3.3 bn. Within a year Ukraine’s trade deficit with Russia reached $4.08 bn. For the first six months of 2018 Russia was the largest foreign investor in Ukraine. Russia accounted for 34.6% of all foreign investments in Ukraine’s national economy ($436 mln).

Modified: 07.02.2019
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Russia-Sweden Trade Turnover Went Up By 32%

For 11 months of 2018 Russia-Sweden trade turnover increased by 32% to almost $5bn. In the turnover structure, Russia’s export prevailed with a 58.4% share, while Sweden’s one accounted for the rest 41.6% of the bilateral trade volume. For this period Russia exported to Sweden ...

Modified: 06.02.2019
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Cereals Are The Top Russian Exports To Venezuela

For the first 11 months of 2018 Russia-Venezuela trade turnover increased by 48% to $84.72 mln. <p>In the turnover structure Russia’s export prevailed with a 99% share, while its import accounted only for 1%.</p> For this period Venezuela exported to Russia undenatured ethyl ...

Modified: 04.02.2019
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Russia-Croatia Trade Turnover Rises

From January to October, 2018 Russia-Croatia trade turnover increased by 32% to $1.27 bn. <p>The trade turnover growth was caused by a 49.5% increase of Russia’s export. Russia’s import from Croatia reduced by 20.5%. In the bilateral trade structure Russia’s export accounted for 85....

Modified: 04.02.2019
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Russia-Afghanistan Trade Turnover Structure

From January to November, 2018 Russia-Afghanistan trade turnover reduced by 44% compared to the same period of 2017 and amounted to $109.7 mln. Such a decline was caused by cutting Russian supplies to Afghanistan (-45.2%), while Russia’s import from this country increased by 39.8%. As for the trade ...

Modified: 29.01.2019
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19.07.2019 The trade turnover between Russia and the countries of the European Union increased 1.6%

During the first five months of 2019, the trade turnover between Russia and the countries of the European Union increased 1.6% year-on-year up to 103.4 bn euro.

19.07.2019 Bangladesh to import 100,000 tonnes of wheat from Russia

Bangladesh will pay $267.30 a tonne, which includes cost, insurance and freight, and other port-related expenses, two officials with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters.

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The trade turnover between Azerbaijan and Russia  amounted to $1.381 billion in January-June 2019 which recorded an increase by 21.4 percent compared to the same period o...

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