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MOSCOW, August 6 (Itar-Tass) -The European Union’s share in Russia’s foreign trade increased to $202.7 billion and totaled 50.1% in January-June, the Federal Customs Service said on Tuesday.
CIS member-states accounted for 13.3% of Russia’s trade as against 14.4% year-on-year, members of the Customs Union - for 7.1% as against 7.4%, member-states of the Eurasian Economic Community - for 7.5% as against 7.7% and APEC member-countries - for 24.3% as against 23.5%.
In January-June Russia’s main trade partners among non-CIS countries were China (with bilateral trade of $41.9 billion or 99.8%), the Netherlands (with trade equaling to $39.7 billion or 93%), Germany (with trade of $34.8 billion or 96.2%), Italy (with $26.2 billion or 123.8%), Japan (with $15.7 billion or 107.4%), Turkey (with $15.6 billion or 94%), Poland (with $12.8 billion or 91.7%), the United States (with $12.6 billion or 89.7%), France (with $12 billion or 98.5%) and South Korea (with $11.9 billion or 102.9%).