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Imports to Moldova from CIS countries in 2018 amounted to $1 billion 449.3 million, increasing by 20.2%, compared with 2017

Imports to Moldova from CIS countries in 2018 amounted to $1 billion 449.3 million, increasing by 20.2%, compared with 2017

According to the National Bureau of Statistics, the share of the Commonwealth countries in the total volume of Moldovan imports during this period increased from 24.96% to 25.14%. At the same time, in 2018, in comparison with the previous year, deliveries of products from Russia to Moldova increased by 26.1% - to $720.8 million, from Ukraine - increased by 12.9% - to $577.2 million. Import from Belarus grew by 11.8% to $128.1 million, from Turkmenistan increased by 2377.9 times to $10.95 million, from Kazakhstan - 3.3 times to $5.99 million. Supplies to Moldova from Uzbekistan decreased by 29.8% to $4.05 million, from Armenia increased 1.9 times to $1.26 million. Imports from Azerbaijan increased 2.7 times to $0.58 million, from Kyrgyzstan - increased by 25.2% - to $346 thousand, and from Tajikistan - decreased by 88.4% - to $0.31 thousand. // 26.02. 2019 - InfoMarket.

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