Russia has increased import of goods from the far abroad countries in January 36.4%

09.02.2017

Russia increased in January 2017, the import of goods from CIS countries 36.4%, to $11,15 billion, according to the materials of the Federal customs service.

According to preliminary data of customs statistics, the import of foodstuffs and raw materials for their production increased by 20.8%, to $1.54 billion

In the group of foodstuffs and raw materials for their production increased import of grain crops by 1.8%, dairy products – by 1.6%, fish – by 1.5 times, alcohol and soft drinks – 48.9%, vegetable oil was 48.8%, vegetables – by 17.5%, of meat – by 2.5%. However, the supply of tobacco has decreased by 17.1%, sugar – by 11.5%, vegetables – by 7.1%.

From the materials of the FCS, it also follows that a positive trade balance Russia by the end of 2016 decreased by 1.5 times compared with the figure of 2015 to $103.9 billion

Exports of goods during the reporting period decreased by 17% to $287,6 billion, imports – by 0.4% to $183,6 billion Thus, over the past year Russia's foreign trade decreased by 11.2% and amounted to $471,2 billion


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