17 Sep 2020

European Importers Most Often Buy Moscow Pharmaceutical Products And Automotive Equipment

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In the first six months of 2020, Moscow exported non-resource, non-energy products of USD 2+ bn to Northern and Eastern European countries.

Mechanical equipment, machinery, automotive and pharmaceutical products were mostly demanded in Europe. Most of these products were purchased by the Czech Republic (USD 177.16 m), Estonia (USD 145.93 m), Finland (USD 143.23 m) and Sweden (USD 103.98 m).

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