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Russian foreign trade turnover has grown by 25.9%
Russian foreign trade turnover has grown by 25.9% and totaled $195.7 billion in January-September 2004 as compared to the same period in 2003, the Russian Federal Statistics Service said on Wednesday. Exports and imports grew by 32.1% and 24.8% and totaled $129.1 billion and $66.6 billion correspondingly. Trade surplus remained favorable and totaled $62.6 billion against $44.4 billion in 2003. Fuel and energy products accounted for 57.4% of the total export volume (57.8% in 2003), metals and metalwork - 16.9 % (13.8%), machinery, equipment and transport vehicles - 7.5% (8.4%), chemical products - 6.5% (6.9%), timber and pulp and paper goods - 4% (4.3%). In the structure of imported goods machines, equipment and transport vehicles accounted for 40.9% (36.7% in January-September 2003), foodstuffs and agricultural raw goods for their production - 18.3% (21.3%), chemical products - 15.9% (16.9%). Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and China are Russia's key foreign trade partners. Russia's foreign trade turnover with these countries totaled $16.8, $11.6, $10.8 and $10.7 billion correspondingly. As compared to January-September 2003, Russia's foreign trade turnover with Germany, the Netherlands, Italy and China grew by 28.5%, 65.1%, 35.6% and 33.3% correspondingly. Belarus and Ukraine are Russian key trade partners in the CIS. Russian-Ukrainian and Russian-Belarussian trade turnover totaled $12.1 billion in each case and grew by 42.3% and 36.6% correspondingly
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