Export to Russia — comprehensive support


We offer expertise and comprehensive legal support for your international projects. Risks with access to foreign markets are due to a lack of quality information. We build trading strategies based on customs statistics and supply chains of goods, according to the customs code of foreign trade activities:

  1. We analyze the market, competitors (confirmation of the hypothesis of the selected market, analysis of key players — partners and customers),
  2. We advise on foreign trade activities (strategic transaction design, legal accounting, consulting, customs, logistics),
  3. We accompany projects (export, import, mutual deliveries, localization).

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Russia is the 14th largest export economy in the world and the 27th most complex economy according to the Economic Complexity Index (ECI). In 2017, Russia exported $341B and imported $221B, resulting in a positive trade balance of $120B. In 2017 the GDP of Russia was $1.58T and its GDP per capita was $25.5k.

Exports of Russia

  • Crude Petroleum ($96.6B),
  • Refined Petroleum ($58.4B),
  • Petroleum Gas ($19.8B),
  • Coal Briquettes($16.1B)
  • Wheat ($7.93B), using the 1992 revision of the HS (Harmonized System) classification.

Imports of Russia

  • Packaged Medicaments ($8.23B),
  • Cars ($7.69B), Vehicle Parts ($7.44B),
  • Broadcasting Equipment ($7.04B)
  • Planes, Helicopters, and/or Spacecraft ($6.33B).

The top export destinations of Russia are China ($39.1B), the Netherlands ($27.7B), Germany ($19.9B), Belarus ($18.5B) and the United States ($15.4B). The top import origins are China ($43.8B), Germany ($27.2B), Belarus ($12.5B), the United States ($10.9B) and Italy ($9.2B).

Russia borders Azerbaijan, China, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, North Korea, Belarus, Estonia, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia, Norway, Poland and Ukraine by land and Japan and the United States by sea.