, Kachka wrote. Other increases for the first quarter of 2021 were: EU +18% and Poland +16%. With regards to Turkey, Ukraine registered a $260 million trade surplus. Kachka wrote: “The main driving force of exports is ore and ferrous metals, for which both prices and demand are rising. This trend will continue.”
to $255 million in 2020, from $3.4 billion in 2019, Kachka said when speaking at the Ukraine’s International Trade Council. He said: “The most important indicators are the phenomenal growth of exports of Ukrainian products to Vietnam and China – by 93% and 98%, respectively.” Last year, 14.5% of Ukraine’s exports went to China, compared to 5.5% for Russia, reports the State Statistics Service.