During the first half of this year, Ukraine’s two-way trade with the EU was $20.6 billion, almost four times the $5.6 billion recorded with Russia,
Wednesday, August 29, 2018

During the first half of this year, Ukraine’s two-way trade with the EU was $20.6 billion, almost four times the $5.6 billion recorded with Russia,

During the first half of this year, Ukraine’s two-way trade with the EU was $20.6 billion, almost four times the $5.6 billion recorded with Russia, its historic main trading partner, Ukrinform reports, citing State Statistics Service numbers. Last year, Russia was Ukraine’s largest national trading partner — $11.2 billion, compared to $43.1 billion for the 28-nation EU. If first half numbers hold up, this relationship will be repeated for all of 2018.

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