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Volume of mutual trade of EAEU countries makes USD 65.5 bln

by January 21, 2022 General

The recovery of mutual trade between countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) is proceeding at a high pace.


The press service of the Eurasian Economic Commission reported that in January-November 2021, the volume of mutual trade amounted to $65.5 billion, which is 32.4% more compared to the same period last year and 17.8% higher than the pre-November period of January-November 2019.


Growth of export volumes in mutual trade was recorded in all states of the Union: Kazakhstan – by 35.3%, Russia – by 35.2%, Kyrgyzstan – by 30.4%, Armenia – by 27.4%, Belarus – by 24.8%.


Active trade in food products and agricultural raw materials continues. In January-November 2021, compared to the same period of 2020, the volume of supplies to the Union market from Armenia increased by 29.5%, from Russia by 27.3%, from Kyrgyzstan by 17.3%.


Source: Kyrgyz National News Agency