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KIEV, November 26. /TASS/. Export of goods and services made in Ukraine in January-November of 2015 plunged almost by one third year-on-year, according to Ukraine’s Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade and the country’s trade representative Natalya Mikolskaya.
"In 9 months export of goods and services decreased by 30.8% compared with 9 months of 2014 to $34.3 bln," Mikolskaya posted on her Facebook page on Tuesday.
Ukraine’s export to the European Union (EU) member-states has dropped by 30.4% to $9.2 bln this year, the deputy minister said.
According to Mikolskaya, the country exported goods to 214 countries, with the EU being its biggest partner (31.8% in total export structure), Russia - second-biggest (17%) and Turkey - third-biggest (6.3%).
China, the United States, India, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Kazakhstan are among top ten biggest trade partners of Ukraine.