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Supplies of Moldovan products to the CIS countries decreased in 2018 by 10.1% to $416 million compared to 2017

Supplies of Moldovan products to the CIS countries decreased in 2018 by 10.1% to $416 million compared to 2017

According to the National Bureau of Statistics, the share of the Commonwealth countries in total Moldovan exports declined from 19.09% to 15.37% over this period. At the same time, in 2018, in comparison with the previous year, Moldovan exports to Russia decreased by 14.1% - to $218.6 million, to Belarus - decreased by 20.7% - to $87.2 million, to Ukraine - increased by 22.6% to $80.3 million. Deliveries of domestic goods to Kazakhstan decreased by 5.4% to $16.1 million, to Azerbaijan by 18.9% to $5.34 million, to Uzbekistan - by 29.7% - to $3.91 million, to Armenia - increased 1.9 times - to $2.33 million, to Kyrgyzstan - decreased by 4.3% - to $1.23 million. Moldovan exports to Turkmenistan amounted to $0.55 million (-12.4%), to Tajikistan - $ 0.35 million (-12.9%). // 20.02.2019 - InfoMarket.

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