Exports from Russia increased by 47.2 percent to $25.1 billion in January 2017 from $17 billion a year earlier. It was the biggest monthly increase since April 2010, as exports to non-CIS countries advanced 49.1 percent (from 10.4 percent in December) while those to CIS countries went up 34.7 percent (from -3.8 percent). Exports in Russia averaged 21163.21 USD Million from 1994 until 2017, reaching an all time high of 50248 USD Million in December of 2011 and a record low of 4100 USD Million in January of 1994.
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Russia’s economy is highly dependent on exports of commodities with revenues from sales of crude oil, petroleum products, and natural gas accounting for about a half of Russia’s federal budget. In 2015, Russia’s main exports were: fuels and energy products (63 percent of total shipments, of which crude oil and natural gas accounted for 26 percent and 12 percent respectively); metals (10 percent); machinery and equipment (7.4 percent); chemical products (7.4 percent) and foodstuffs and agricultural products (5 percent). Main export partners were: China (12 percent), Germany (9 percent), Netherlands (8.4 percent), Italy (5.8 percent), Belarus (4.7 percent), Turkey (4.4 percent) and Japan (4.1 percent).
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