Reports on Russian trade in goods with African countries in 2018
The share of African countries in Russia's total exports has rose in 2018 compared to 2017.
The reports have been prepared by Russian Foreign Trade stuff based on the data from the Federal Customs Service of Russia.
In particular, the reports have been issued on Russia's trade with the following countries: Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Angola, South Africa, Tunisia, Kenya, Cote d'Ivoire, Sudan, Ghana, Djibouti, Nigeria, Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Libya, Togo, and Ethiopia.
A brief review of Russia's trade with African countries in 2018
The share of African countries in Russia's total trade (exports and imports) rose from 2.99% in 2017 to 3.05% in 2018.
The share of African countries in Russia's total exports declined from 4.15% in 2017 to 4.02% in 2018.
The share of African countries in Russia's total imports rose from 1.16% in 2017 to 1.23% in 2018.
The major trading partners of Russia in Africa in 2018:
- The top five Russia's trade partners in Africa in 2018 were Egypt (1.1137% of Russia's total foreign trade), Algeria (0.7853%), Morocco (0.2145%), South Africa (0.1553%), and Tunisia (0.1191%).
- The top five Russia's export markets in Africa in 2018 Egypt (1.5862% of Russia's total exports), Algeria (1.1986%), Morocco (0.2065%), Nigeria (0.1631%), and Tunisia (0.1518%).
- The top five Russia's import suppliers from Africa in 2018 were South Africa (0.3288% of Russia's total imports), Morocco (0.2296%), Egypt (0.2211%), Cote d'Ivoire (0.0801%), and Tunisia (0.0574%).
The reports are publicly available here: http://en.russian-
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