Moscow's non-energy exports to Italy grew 2.8 times
Moscow increased the volume of non-resource non-energy exports to Italy in the first nine months of 2021 to $ 744.39 million. This is 178.2 percent more than in the same period last year, Vladimir Yefimov, the city's deputy mayor for economic policy and property and land relations, said on Tuesday.
"Bilateral relations between Russia and Italy are characterized by a long and reliable cooperation, especially in the economic sphere. Exports to the Italian market are growing at a steady pace. For example, for the nine months of this year the volume of Russian non-energy exports reached 2.65 billion dollars, an increase of 95.1%. Of these figures, the share of the capital accounted for 28%. The volume of Moscow exports increased to 744.39 million dollars, and the increase was 178.2% compared to the same period last year, "- he said.
In particular, the supply of mechanical equipment increased - an increase of 163.6%, optics - 20.1%, mixed fertilizers - 33.1%, electrical devices - 43.2%. Sewing and knitwear and footwear are also in demand.
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Author: Maria Buzanakova