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    How Russian Exporters Can Access The Indian Consumer Market

    Российские производители, инвесторы и экспортёры должны начать подготовку к выходу на потребительский рынок среднего класса Индии, насчитывающий 350 миллионов человек. EAEU-India Free Trade looks increasingly likely Russia-India trade is set to triple in the next four years Bilateral trade growth is US$2 billion per annum The new onus for Russian exports is to markets in[…..]

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    Top 15 Countries Whose Economies Depend On Russian Trade

    Three EU economies face serious exposure, while Central Asia dominates  The Statistica website has produced an excellent graphic illustrating which countries depend most on Russian trade. This is a useful tool for analyzing risk and opportunity – the top three countries for example are all members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) which includes Russia.[…..]

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    Kazakhstan Likely To Avoid Worst Of Russian Economic Slowdown

    Kazakhstan looks like a safe haven following Russian political fallout Kazakhstan, a member of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) together with Russia, is expected to be able to ride through the worst of the economic slowdown Russia is and will experience during 2022/23, according to Sophia Donets and Andrei Melashchenko, economic analysts for Russia and[…..]

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    Asian Exporters Scramble To Access Russian Consumer Markets

    Russia has a middle class consumer base of 43 million with higher income levels than China, India, Brazil, South Africa, and most of Asia. By Chris Devonshire-Ellis The recent events in Ukraine and the subsequent pulling out of the Russian consumer market by mainly EU businesses, either via sanctions or by Government pressure and media[…..]

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    Russia Looks To Cash In On Afghanistan Opportunities

    Afghanistan is a US$1 trillion commodities and transit bank for Russian and Chinese supply chain needs Eight months after US troops finally exited Afghanistan, and 20 years after a US invasion in which Washington spent US$2.3 trillion on being there, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has stated that Russia wants to work directly with Kabul[…..]

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    India Negotiating With Russia To Buy 20 Million Barrels Of Discounted Oil And Enter Russian Markets Exited By The EU

    Russia-India Trade Ties Developing As The Ukraine Conflict Is Increasingly Seen From Asia as A European Problem To Resolve India and Russia are engaged in talks over alternative payment mechanisms as both sides are negotiating for about 20 million barrels of crude from Rosneft at heavily discounted prices.

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    Russian Economy To Absorb Sanctions And Move Into Growth By 2024-30 Depending Upon Industry

    Sectoral recovery will be variable – we list the winners and losers. The Russian economy will move back to growth in 2024-25, analysts from Russia’s leading financial institutions have stated in interviews conducted by Izvestia. This compares with analysis given by Western media which tends to play up the Russian economic problems created by sanctions.[…..]

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    Iran-Russian Bilateral Trade Increased In March-April

    Near-Russian Exporters Looking To Fill Gaps Created By Exiting US and European Brands   The Iran-Russia Joint Chamber of Commerce has stated that Iran’s exports to Russia have increased since the outbreak of the Ukraine conflict. Several reasons were given, notably the existing positive approach between Russian and Iranian private companies and their governments. The[…..]

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    Wildberries Expands Into Kyrgyzstan

    Russia developing free trade ecommerce platforms into Central Asia Wildberries the Russian online retail equivalent of Amazon, has just opened a distribution center in Kyrgyzstan, which will strengthen company’s partnership with local businesses, as well as speed up the delivery of local orders.. Wildberries first distribution center has opened in Bishkek, the Kyrgyz capital city.[…..]

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    Uzbekistan’s Q1 2022 Eurasian Economic Union Trade Turnover Data

    Trade agreements with EU & UK having a positive dynamic effect Uzbekistan’s trade turnover with the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) countries amounted to US$3.2 billion from January through March 2022, according to the Uzbek State Statistics Committee. During Q1 this year, Uzbek exports of goods and services to the EAEU countries amounted to US$923.3 million,[…..]

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