Main trading partners of Russia in Europe in the I quarter of 2017

far-aerf.ru reports that in the first four months of 2017, Germany (8.9955% from the total foreign trade turnover), the Netherlands (8.0690%), Belarus (4.9871%), Italy (3.9550%), Poland (2.9019%), France (2.5685%), Finland (2.1904%), Great Britain (2.1526%), Ukraine (2.0130%) and Belgium (1.9044%) have become the main trading partners of Russia in Europe.
Among the European countries, the greatest share in the Russian export for the stated period has been taken by the Netherlands (11.5407%), Germany (8.2679%), Belarus (4.7209%), Italy (3.8226%), Poland (3.3547%), Finland (2.6282%), Great Britain (2.2754%), Belgium (2.2408%), France (2.0052%) and Latvia (1.9324%). In import - Germany (10.3366%), Belarus (5.4776%), Italy (4.1990%), France (3.6066%), Ukraine (2.1715%), Poland (2.0673%), Great Britain (1.9263%), the Netherlands (1,6704%), Czech Republic (1.4468%) and Spain (1.4364%).

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2017-07-13 05:14:00

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