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Russia's foreign trade surplus grew more than 46% year-on-year to $28.1 billion in the first two months of 2006
Russia's foreign trade surplus grew more than 46% year-on-year to $28.1 billion in the first two months of 2006, customs officials said Friday. The Federal Customs Service said the country's foreign trade turnover had increased 37.9% over the period, to $56.7 billion. Trade with CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) countries grew 33.3% to $8.2 billion and trade with other countries by 38.7% to $48.5 billion. Exports reached $42.4 billion in January and February, marking a 40.7% year-on-year rise. Imports grew 30.4% to $14.3 billion, the agency said. In the year's first two months, trade grew 39.6% to $6.1 billion with Germany, 47.8% to $4.6 billion with the Netherlands, 47.7% to $4.6 billion with Italy, 83.7% to $2.2 billion with the UK, 57.9% to $3.5 billion with China, 25.7% to $2.1 billion with Turkey, 38.9% to $2.1 billion with Poland, 90.6% to $1.7 billion with Switzerland, 14.1% to $1.7 billion with Finland, and 38.1% to $1.6 billion with France.
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