Interim results

I think that it’s time to take the interim results of the results of modernization and the creation of new production facilities in Russia. The primary end point I think to apply the export volumes of output abroad. In January-August 2010 the picture is as follows:
During this period, Russia’s foreign trade turnover increased by 37.4% compared to the same period in 2009 and amounted to 402.6 billion dollars.
The volume of exports of energy products for the reporting period of the current year grew by 45.4% and amounted to 171.539 billion dollars. The volume of oil exports, in particular, increased by 46.6% to 87.189 billion dollars, gas — by 19.8%, to 29.25 billion dollars. (Ie the export of gas and oil is slightly more than half of the total exports, the position in this regard have not changed — approx.)
Exports of machinery, equipment and vehicles during the same period increased by 25.7% to 12.257 billion dollars, chemical products — by 36%, to 15.41 billion dollars, the product timber industry — by 18.5% to 6,357 billion. Exports of food and agricultural raw materials increased by 5.1% to 6.583 billion dollars (including cereals — by 8.4%, to $ 2.35 billion).
Exports of metals and their products increased in January-August 2010 by 32.7% to 27.29 billion dollars, including ferrous metals and their products — by 24.7% to 15.163 billion U.S. dollars, non-ferrous metals and goods — by 46.9% to 11.451 billion dollars.
However, imports of machinery, equipment and vehicles increased by 35.6% to 57.398 billion dollars. (But it should be borne in mind that the import of cars steadily declining due to the opening of new factories to produce them in the territory of Russia, respectively, increased imports of machinery and equipment — approx.)

In general, the content of the site "Made in Russia" finds confirmation in the economic performance of the country!

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