Export of services and products from Ukraine increased by six billion dollars

Source : 112 Ukraine

The main trade partner in export is the EU
13:28, 30 November 2017

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The export of the products and services from Ukraine increased by 6 billion dollars during nine months and equaled 38.1 billion dollars in comparison with the same period of time in 2016 as the press service of the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade of Ukraine reported.

The export of the Ukrainian products made 31.3 billion dollars or 82.3% of the export and services made 7.8 milliard dollars or 17.7% of the export.

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The export of the ore and iron concentrate, sunflower oil, corn, plain hot-rolled steel, rapeseed, ferrous alloy, insulated conductors, sugar, cruise excursion vessels and plane cold-rolled mill products increased.

The growth of the export of the products was observed in all fields of the industry, excluding the products from wood and paper grade pulp. The export of them decreased by 6.8 million dollars.

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Kyiv, Mykolaiv, Lviv, Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk and Kyiv regions showed the highest increase of the export during nine months of 2017.

The EU remained to be the main partner of Ukraine in the trade export and its share made 40.2 %. At the same time, the markets of the CIS are still traditional for the Ukrainian producers and their share was 16.1% while Russia made 9.4%.

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The volume of the Ukrainian export to the EU increased by 2.8 billion dollars or 29.1% and it is the highest growth of the export of all partner of Ukraine. The positive dynamics is kept at all fields of the industry.

The EU, Russia, Turkey, India, China, Egypt, Belarus, the US, Iran and Moldova compose TOP-10 of the biggest countries-partners of Ukraine.


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