In 2020, Moscow non-resource non-energy exports grew by 31 per cent to $39.86 billion. The main export goods were mechanical equipment, machinery and computers, automotive equipment, products of chemical enterprises, as well as various communication equipment, the official website of the Moscow Mayor reports.
“The share of Moscow in the total volume of non-resource non-energy exports of Russia over the past year grew by five percentage points and reached 24.7 per cent. In total, Moscow products were supplied to 183 countries of the world,” the Deputy Mayor of Moscow, Natalya Sergunina, said.
It is noted that among the main trading partners of Moscow are Kazakhstan (with an export volume of $2.65 billion), the United States ($2.48 billion), Belarus ($2.40 billion), and China ($2.27 billion). Also among the key importers were Germany ($1.23 billion), Hong Kong ($1.22 billion), and Japan ($1.12 billion).
It is also specified that the share of exports of small and medium-sized businesses in January-September 2020, compared to the same period of the previous year, increased by 27 per cent, to $8.4 billion. More than half (52 per cent) of Moscow’s highly processed non-resource non-energy exports are vehicles, electronics, and non-metallic materials ($5.7 billion).