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Russia: International Trade and Competition Econ 508 – Comparative Economic Systems Russia: International Trade and Competition Heath Ackley TR – 3:30 – 5:18
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Russia: International Trade and Competition Major Imports and Exports Exports : Petroleum and petroleum products, natural gas, wood and wood products, metals, chemicals, and a wide variety of civilian and military manufactures Imports : Machinery and equipment, consumer goods, medicines, meat, grain, sugar, semifinished metal products
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Russia: International Trade and Competition Where Russia is in total trade compared to the world 2002 2002 Total Trade Exports (US$ Billions) Imports (US$ Billions) (US$ Billions) United States 1,018.59 1,429.85 2,448.44 1 Germany 692.6686 663.009 1,355.68 2 United Kingdom 396.2114 443.4228 839.6342 3 Japan 448.8212 382.5777 831.3989 4 France 393.9 379.5523 773.4524 5 Italy 327.0762 318.9202 645.9964 6 Canada 328.1685 301.3178 629.4863 7 Netherlands 269.0482 239.3001 508.3483 8 China 238.7378 209.3601 448.0979 9 Belgium 214.0686 205.0169 419.0855 10 Spain 195.1341 204.2564 399.3905 11 Mexico 186.5482 211.1091 397.6573 12 Korea, South 183.1409 179.5182 362.6591 13 Switzerland 110.9469 100.5025 211.4494 14 Sweden 109.7151 99.4207 209.1358 15 Ireland 106.4661 96.962 203.4281 16 Russia 116.2735 84.97 201.2435 17 Austria 100.1145 101.067 201.1815 18 Malaysia 105.8191 87.3552 193.1743 19 Australia 84.3994 83.1715 167.5708 20 Country Rank
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Russia: International Trade and Competition Russia’s top export partners Exports - 2003 Imports - 2003 United States 1,211,453.00 $ 2,323,623.00 $ Germany 1,206,491.00 $ 2,073,436.00 $ United Kingdom 1,100,652.00 $ 1,302,091.00 $ Finland 649,527.00 $ 1,580,183.00 $ France 522,491.00 $ 715,930.00 $ Switzerland 477,384.00 $ 728,380.00 $ China 382,488.00 $ 788,979.00 $ Japan 359,394.00 $ 223,009.00 $ Netherlands 336,838.00 $ 435,041.00 $ Turkey 331,475.00 $ 2,001,295.00 $ Italy 310,424.00 $ 420,344.00 $ Austria 278,546.00 $ 326,052.00 $ South Korea 256,297.00 $ 218,740.00 $ Poland 245,249.00 $ 276,517.00 $ Denmark 242,569.00 $ 129,219.00 $ Estonia 205,331.00 $ 162,965.00 $ Latvia 160,128.00 $ 166,834.00 $ Lithuania 156,652.00 $ 130,168.00 $ Sweden 135,824.00 $ 176,931.00 $ Norway 126,174.00 $ 200,640.00 $
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