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“As far as the European Union is concerned, the situation is widely different with different countries,” Likhachev said. “Russian exports are actively growing in some countries, while somewhere the growth has stopped. But in general we see no significant decrease in trade. What we see is connected with exchange rate trends.”
There were no considerable changes in trade relations with the United States either, he said. Exports had been reducing for three years already.
The deputy minister added that: “There is good news on the Asian front: Trade with the Asia-Pacific region is growing very actively, particularly with such countries as China, India, Japan and South Korea.