Reshetnikov: Trade turnover with the Caspian countries increased by 54% over the past six years

“The volume of our trade is $34 billion in 2021 (according to the Federal Customs Service of Russia). This is tangible – the share in the total trade turnover is more than 4%,” Maxim Reshetnikov noted. According to the results of seven months of this year, despite all the sanctions and restrictions, the trade turnover … Read more

Mishustin spoke about the trade turnover between Russia and Belarus

Mishustin: trade with Belarus increased by five percent in seven months of 2022 © RIA Novosti / Dmitry Astakhov / Go to media bankPrime Minister of the Russian Federation M. Mishustin © RIA Novosti / Dmitry Astakhov Go to media bank Russian Prime Minister M. Mishustin. Archive photo MOSCOW, 4 Oct – RIA Novosti. Mutual … Read more

China will continue to develop trade cooperation with Russia

Russia and China will continue to take measures for normal trade and economic cooperation, and by the end of the year, bilateral trade can expect a record. This was announced on September 30 by Chinese Ambassador to the Russian Federation Zhang Hanhui. “This year, in the face of a difficult international situation, the coronavirus pandemic … Read more

The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation is not going to allow the purchase of a car from the funds of the capital

At the end of September, AvtoVAZ made a proposal to allow spending maternity capital on the purchase of a vehicle. Prior to this, a similar idea was voiced by the Just Russia for Truth party, but the Ministry of Labor of the Russian Federation spoke out against such a decision. .

The authorities of Ukraine completely banned the export of goods to the customs territory of Russia

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has limited the export of goods from the territory of the country under foreign economic agreements, the country of destination of which is Russia. This was announced by the representative of the government in the Verkhovna Rada Taras Melnichuk. .