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Trading | Business  | 14.12.21

Foreign Trade Balance of Russia Increased by 76% in 2021

Russia’s positive foreign trade balance in January-October 2021 amounted to $149 billion, which is $64.2 billion (75.7 per cent) more than in January-October 2020, according to the information provided by the country’s Federal Customs Service on Monday, December 13, 2021.  Thus, exports from Russia for the ten months of 2021 increased by 42.8 per cent

Recommended | Trading | Business  | 22.06.21

Russia Became One of Main EU Suppliers

The result of mutual trade turnover between Russia and the European Union in January-April 2021 amounted to 70.3 billion euros, RIA Novosti reports. In particular, EU imports from Russia in the first four months of the year amounted to 42.5 billion euros, which is 12.5 per cent more than in the same period of 2020.

Economics | Business  | 17.05.21

Russian Experts Launched Service With Transaction Turnover Heat Maps

The Federal State Registration Service (Rosreestr) has developed an online service for real estate market analytics which is a heat map of the turnover of transactions, TASS reported.  With the help of the new service, you can get information on the number of real estate transactions in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation and

Recommended | Trading | Business  | 05.04.21

Moscow Region Tripled Agricultural Products Turnover With China

The turnover of products of the agro-industrial complex (AIC) of the Moscow region with China by the end of 2020 has tripled and amounted to more than $128 million, the press service of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the region reports.    “The Moscow region is increasing the commodity turnover of agricultural products

Trading | Business | Industry  | 20.10.20

Experts Named Cargo Turnover in St. Petersburg Port

The cargo turnover of the Big Port of St. Petersburg in January-September 2020 decreased by 2 per cent compared to the same indicators of the last year, PRIME reports. Including transshipment of oil products increased by 16 per cent and container cargo decreased by 4 per cent.   The Big Port of St. Petersburg is the