According to the Federal Custom Service of Russia, from January to February, 2019 Ukraine imported from Russia 435.8 tons of fireclays for the total amount of $43.5 thous. Thus Ukraine had a 37-fold increase in terms of fireclay import volume and a 45-fold increase in terms of import value. Russian fireclay exported to Ukraine was ...Modified: 08.05.2019
In 2018 Saratov Regionís export of railway wagons increased by 57% and amounted to $53.25 mln. Saratov Region exported 1145 wagons to 4 countries. The fastest-growing importer became Ukraine that imported 49 Saratov’s railway wagons worth $304.6 thous., or 39 wagons more than in 2017 (a 4.6-fold increase in terms of value). Besides, Saratov Region exported railway wagons to Kazakhstan (928 units, $44.4 mln, +113% compared ...Modified: 18.03.2019
... 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), followed by Germany ($5.9 bln), Belarus ($3.8 bln), and Poland ($3.6 bln). Total Ukrainian imports equaled $57.1 bln last year, an increase of 15.2% compared with 2017,...Modified: 01.03.2019
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 Ukraineís national economy ($436 mln).Modified: 07.02.2019
According to the Federal Custom Service of Russia, from January to November, 2018 Ukraine imported aluminum wire from Russia for the total amount of $16.4 mln, it is a 168% increase compared to the same period of 2017. For the first 11 months of 2018 Russia’s aluminum wire export stood at $220.12 mln and decreased by 31% compared ...Modified: 30.01.2019
From January to July, 2018 Belgorod Region as exported 535.3 thous. tn of cement clinkers for the total amount of $20.2 mln. Belgorod Region has supplied its cement clinkers to Ukraine and increased its export of this production both in terms of value (by 17%) and in terms of volume (by 9%). In total cement clinkers have been exported by four Russian regions. Belgorod Region has accounted for 99% of all Russia’s cement ...Modified: 12.10.2018
From January to July, 2018 Rostov Region has exported to Ukraine cigarettes worth $46.8 mln, it is a 21% increase compared to the same period of the previous year. Rostov Region has exported cigarettes in the value of $75.7 mln and become the largest cigarettes exporter among Russian regions. This region ...Modified: 03.10.2018
In the first half of 2018 Russian goods import has amounted to $3.7 bn and increased by 25.7% compared to the same period of the previous year. Ukraine has become the largest importer of Russian pharmaceutical products ($60.6 mln). These products include drugs, donated blood, antiserum, veterinary products and sanitary kits. From January to June, 2018 Ukraine’s export to Russia has stood ...Modified: 05.09.2018
Russiaís share in Ukraineís bituminous and anthracite coal import has increased to 62%. According to the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine, for the first seven months of 2018 Kiev has imported Russian coal for a total amount of $1.1 bn. In 2017 Ukraine imported from Russia ...Modified: 13.08.2018
In 2017 the Republic of Tatarstan exported to Ukraine 3.3 thous. tn of malt in the value of $1.7 mln. In 2016 Tatarstan had no malt export. For the first five months of this year the Republic of Tatarstan has exported to Ukraine 2.7 thous. tn of malt worth $1.3 mln, it accounts for 80% of last ...Modified: 19.07.2018
From January to April, 2018 ice-cream and edible ice export from Rostov Region to Ukraine has been 5 times as much as compared to the same period of the last year and amounted to $829 thous. with a total weight of 265 tn. Besides, from January to April, 2018 Rostov Region has exported ice-cream to China, the export value has stood ...Modified: 06.07.2018
... to the Russian Federal Customs Serviceís official statistics, Russia exported 60,500 tons of scrap paper worth $12.3m in the first three month of 2018 ó more than three times than in January-March 2017. The key importer of Russian scrap paper was Ukraine, which imported 36,300 tons to $7.4m (double on last year), accounting for 60% of the Russian exports. Other importers of Russian scrap paper include Finland, which imported 9,000 tons to $1.7 (14% of Russia’s total exports) during the same ...Modified: 30.05.2018
... skyrocketed 32.5 times from the first month of 2017. Exports accounted for 22.5% of the central European Russian region’s trade. Ivanovo exports largely to Kazakhstan which accounts for 13.4%, of its trade, Belarus (11.9%), Germany (11.6%) Ukraine (7.5%), Moldova and Netherlands (5.7% each), and Turkey (5.6%). Ivanovo traditionally exports textiles; the recent additions are chemicals, industrial machinery, equipment, and vehicles. Source: kstati.news†Modified: 03.04.2018
Russiaís exports of pharma products to Ukraine rose by 13% to 6,000 tons worth $129.5million. Ukraine imported mostly Russian retail therapeutics and prophylactics (91%), followed by a large margin by human and animal blood preparations, antiserum and vaccines (7%), and dressing and bandaging ...Modified: 12.03.2018
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