The negative balance of Belarus — $ 659 million

Much of this excess of imports over exports accounted for Russian trade balance between Belarus and Russia was the first two months 785 millions of dollars in favor of.At the same time, trade with non-CIS countries during the same period there was a small surplus of 73 million bucks. For this time Russia accounted for 39% of Belarusian exports and 49% of Belarusian exports went beyond the borders of the CIS.In Belarus, the Russian Federation imports fraction was 54%.

Is it possible to achieve a positive balance in its foreign policy?

Valery Karbalevich: "Although the past year was Belarusian economy for the best, but one of the fundamental characteristics was not performed. The balance of foreign trade activities was negative — in this case, the lack of enough was a huge amount. The negative balance of foreign trade activities — a strong tradition for the country. Only in 2005 was able to achieve a positive balance.What are the prerequisites such situation? It is fair regularity of the structure of the economy, which remained in Belarus with Russian times? Either it is a sign of inefficiency existing economic model? "Leonid Zlotnikov: "Lack

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Agricultural exports exceeded imports by seven times

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Exports of agricultural products in Ukraine in 2011 exceeded imports by seven times. This is a prime example of what an agricultural sector in Ukraine out of the crisis and returned to the extremely high dynamics increase their capacity. Decreased by 40% and imports of meat products increased by 60% its Export. In addition, according to the official, in 2011, Ukraine exported 13 million tons of grain, particularly maize twice against 2010.

Ukraine in January-May exports of copper at 9.3%

Ukraine in January-May 2013 increased its revenue from copper exports by 9.3% compared to the same period last year — up to 87.854 million dollars, while copper imports fell by 15.6% — up to 58.667 million dollars, according to the State Customs Service of Ukraine.

 

As it was reported, in January-May 2013 compared with 5 months of 2012, exports of aluminum — declined by 9.1% — up to 51.353 million dollars, while imports rose by 3.3% — up to 174.140 million Exports of lead — increased by 3.6% — up to 8.696 million dollars, while

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Statistics: the share of goods in exports and imports in 2012 vs 2008

Almost a year ago, I gave information about changes in the commodity structure of export / import. Here are the figures fresher:

So in January 2012 against July 2008. There are no miracles, but I like the direction of movement: Reduced export of crude oil and gas is increasing imports of machinery and equipment in the fall of import cars. So this is growing imports of capital goods. Growing their own exports of machinery and equipment. Export of unprocessed timber treated with growth falls.

On the other hand increasing the export of ores, a fall in exports of ferrous metals

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Dogs bark — the caravan moves on

Super Jet 100

While fierce criticism from the opposition camp are engaged in the distribution network of hard-core statistics and bright pictures that illustrate the foreignness of the new Russian aircraft Sukhoi Superjet-100 companies involved in this global-scale industrial projects, little by little, more localized production of key components of the liner in Russia, acting in line with the concept of accelerated development of advanced technology competitive global aviation industry. In this regard, recently presented a turbojet engine SaM-146 manufactured by NPO "Saturn", which is already recognized as one of the best in the world. According to the Industry

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Made in Russia-2: Modernization

Before turning to the specific examples of the production, I want to warn the application of such a plan, "Well, done, but it got from the Soviet Union and its nothing to build"

Truth in these words there, but some of the favorite words do here is obviously out of place. And here's why. Let's first take a simple thing, which by itself can prove that we have built a great deal. Look at the statistics of imports.

As is known, Russia's trade surplus, that is, we sell more than we buy. But it is clear that it is

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All fell: Russia is rapidly reduces imports of meat products

Declined significantly in the current year, imports of foreign meat into the territory of the Russian Federation.  Last year at the same period were imported 27.2 percent more beef than this year. Decreased by 20.6 percent and pork imports into the territory of the Russian Federation — it officially reported to the Federal Customs Service.

In the amount of 165,500,000 dollars imported into the country in the last month of pork. Up 9 percent were imports in May of this year. 207.7 million dollars was limited and the amount of the June beef supply to the territory

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Ukraine in January-May exports of copper at 9.3%

Ukraine in January-May 2013 increased its revenue from copper exports by 9.3% compared to the same period last year — up to 87.854 million dollars, while copper imports fell by 15.6% — up to 58.667 million dollars, according to the State Customs Service of Ukraine.

 

As it was reported, in January-May 2013 compared with 5 months of 2012, exports of aluminum — declined by 9.1% — up to 51.353 million dollars, while imports rose by 3.3% — up to 174.140 million Exports of lead — increased by 3.6% — up to 8.696 million dollars, while

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Ukraine in January-May exports of copper at 9.3%

Ukraine in January-May 2013 increased its revenue from copper exports by 9.3% compared to the same period last year — up to 87.854 million dollars, while copper imports fell by 15.6% — up to 58.667 million dollars, according to the State Customs Service of Ukraine.

 

As it was reported, in January-May 2013 compared with 5 months of 2012, exports of aluminum — declined by 9.1% — up to 51.353 million dollars, while imports rose by 3.3% — up to 174.140 million Exports of lead — increased by 3.6% — up to 8.696 million dollars, while

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