For the first five months of 2018 Russia’s export of electric power has amounted to $218 mln in terms of value.
Compared to the same period of the previous year electric power export has decreased by 1.3% in terms of value and by 13.4% in terms of volume.
Russia has exported electric power to eleven countries. Finland has imported 42.9% ($93.62 mln) of all electric power imported by Russia. Lithuania has imported 23,1% ($50.37 mln), China has imported 17.5% ($38.15mln), Kazakhstan has imported 9.5% ($20.76 mln), and Mongolia has imported 3.4% ($7.45 mln). South Ossetia, Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Belarus and Norway have accounted for 3.6% ($7.8 mln).The largest exporters of electric power among Russian regions have become Krasnodar Territory ($96.62 mln), Moscow city ($71.63 mln) and Amur Region ($45.6 mln), which together have accounted for 98.1% of national electric power export.
From January to July, 2018 Murmansk Region has exported to the Netherlands more than 19 thous. tn of frozen codfish worth $67.6 mln.
According to the Federal Custom Service of Russia, in 2016 and 2017 there was no hazelnut export from Zabaikal Region.
From January to July, 2018 Chukotka Autonomous Area's export has stood at $10.05 mln.
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