... non-Russian markets, 57% up compared to the previous year but it has not released any figures for the first quarter of this year. However, in a statement released May 13, Avtovaz said that in the coming years it planned to focus on increasing vehicle exports in the Middle East and North Africa. In 2019, the carmaker also began exporting vehicles to Mongolia, though it also stopped all deliveries to the EU and Iran. Russian carmaker, UAZ, also started finished vehicle exports this year, and said it ...Modified: 11.06.2019
Turkey's fresh fruit and vegetable exports to 118 countries amounted to $622.5 million in the first four months of the year with Russia taking the lead among markets with $184.2 million in the said period. In this period, the Russian Federation ranked first with $184.2 million, followed ...Modified: 22.05.2019
In 2018, Russia continued to reduce the exports of logs and increase the exports of lumber. The export volume of these products became almost equal — 19.03 million cubic metres (-2.1%) and 18.7 million cubic metres (+14.9%) respectively. In 2018, the Russian government continued to ...Modified: 03.04.2019
Iraq needs an annual wheat supply of between 4.5 million and five million tons and has an import gap of around two million tons a year. Iraq a major Middle East grain importer. Trade Minister Mohammed Hashim Al-Aani said he would send representatives to Russia to study its wheat quality and its suitability for use in Iraq’s massive food rationing program. Iraq wants Russia to participate in its state tenders, said Al-Aani.Modified: 13.11.2018
... providing export support to enterprises," the ministry said, adding that the project has been developed and launched jointly with the Russian Export Center. Earlier reports said that Russian President Vladimir Putin tasked the government with ensuring exports of non-oil and gas products amounting to $250 bln to fulfill the Decree on national goals and strategic development tasks of the Russian Federation until 2024. In his address to the Federal Assembly in March, Putin set the task for the next six ...Modified: 24.07.2018
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 ...Modified: 25.06.2018
Russian business aims to expand the zone of realization of goods in China, not settling for the traditional area of marketing in its northern and northeastern parts. "So far, we have been able to increase the turnover of goods in the places where people already know us - Heihe, Harbin [the Heilongjiang province in Northeast China]. We plan to expand to more southern regions, such as Shanghai, where we will present our companies’ goods," Yakutsk [city in the eastern part of Russia...Modified: 19.06.2018
Exports of cars of the Cortege project may start not earlier than the end of 2020, Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation Denis Manturov told reporters. The production of cars of the Cortege project has already begun and they are produced under ...Modified: 24.05.2018
Brazil has decided to soften phytosanitary requirements for Russian wheat, which will allow Russia to resume deliveries that were discontinued after 2014. According to her Brazil mitigated the requirements which concerned the content of seeds of the weed plants which are quarantine in Brazil and which are found on the territory of Russia. Rosselkhoznadzor negotiated these less strict requirements with the Brazilian side for several years. "Export supplies to Brazil were opened for Russian...Modified: 22.05.2018
According to the Russian Federal Customs Service’s official statistics, Orenburg Region in the Southern Urals exported sausages to Kazakhstan to $8m in 2017 — 5% up from the previous year. Orenburg, which exports only to Kazakhstan, is Russia’s largest sausage exporter after Moscow. In 2016, the Southern Ural region accounted for 14% of Kazakhstan’s sausage imports. Orenburg also supplies 83% of all sausages eaten in the Volga Federal District in ...Modified: 16.05.2018
... and phytosanitary watchdog said in a statement following the meeting of the Russian-Ecuadoran intergovernmental commission. "The Russian side has unveiled interest in expanding the list of products supplied to Ecuador, particularly, potential exports of grain and derived products, as well as stock-raising products - pork, fish and fish products," the statement said. During the talks, the sides noted the necessity to put the trade turnover of the two countries in equilibrium, for which ...Modified: 15.05.2018
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 — were mineral fuels, oil and oil products, jointly accounting for 23% of the exports and ...Modified: 26.02.2018
... session of the Serbia‑Russia Intergovernmental Committee for Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation. “Trade between Russia and Serbia in 2017 reached USD 2,038.7 million, which is 23.1% more than in the previous year. Russian exports grew 20.4% to USD 926.2 million, and Russian imports jumped 25.4% to USD 1,112.5 million,” Mr. Rogozin specified. According to the above figures, the negative balance of trade amounted to USD 186.3 million. The Deputy Prime Minister also ...Modified: 22.02.2018
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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.
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.
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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