Exports from Russia in January-November 2021 amounted to $436.5 billion, it grew by 44.4% compared to the same period in 2020. Imports to the Russian Federation amounted to $266.5 billion, an increase of 27.2%. Non-CIS countries accounted for 86.8% of Russian exports, and CIS countries for 13.2%. “The share of non-CIS countries accounted for 89.4%, the CIS countries — 10.6%,” the Federal Customs Service (FTS) cites data on imports. The basis of Russian exports in 2021 has traditionally been fuel and energy products, in the commodity structure Imports accounted for the largest share of machinery and equipment. “Compared to January-November 2020, the value of fuel and energy goods increased by 55.3%, while the physical volume remained at the level of January-November last year. In the export of goods of the fuel and energy complex, the physical volumes of electricity increased by 1.9 times, kerosene – by 24.5%, coal – by 7.4%, natural gas – by 2.5%. At the same time, physical volumes of gasoline deliveries have decreased….