Moscow has boosted exports of children's goods to $34 million
2021-09-02 02:13

Moscow has boosted exports of children's goods to $34 million

Moscow in the first half of 2021 increased exports of children's goods from 28, 53 million dollars to 34,72 million dollars. This was reported by Deputy Mayor of Moscow on Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations Vladimir Efimov.

"Metropolitan companies-exporters of children's goods for the past few years have managed to significantly strengthen its position in foreign markets. In the first half of 2021, the export volume reached $34.72 million and exceeded not only the same indicator last year by one and a half times, but also the export volume of children's goods in the first half of 2019, when it was $28.53 million," Yefimov said.

He noted that the capital is the leader in this segment - the share of Moscow in the all-Russian exports of children's goods was almost 37%.

In the export structure the largest share belongs to toys - 24,71 million dollars, the remaining share is divided among stationery and bulky products, such as safety seats and walkers.

It is worth noting that the geography of exports has also expanded this year. If in 2020 during the same period supplies were shipped to 41 countries, this year - already to 60 countries. The top three buyers are Kazakhstan, Belarus and Belgium.

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Author: Maria Buzanakova