Russia: Imports & Exports of Fruits and Vegetables, June 2012
According to the official statistics of the Russian Federation, in June 2012, in comparison with the same month of the previous year:
- potato imports fell by 24%;
- tomato imports decreased by 18%;
- cucumber imports went down by 3%;
- bell pepper imports grew by 5%;
- onion imports did not change;
- cabbage imports decreased by 4%;
- carrot imports fell by 39%;
- red beet imports went down several times;
- lettuce imports grew 4 times;
- zucchini imports fell 2 times;
- aubergine imports went down by 10%;
- apple imports grew by 12%;
- pear and quince imports increased by 2%;
- apricot imports went up by 8%;
- peach and nectarine imports rose by 2%;
- sweet and sour cherry imports decreased by 2%;
- plum imports fell 2.2 times;
- grape imports grew by 22%;
- strawberry imports increased by 23%;
- raspberry imports went up by 29%;
- banana imports fell by 16%;
- orange imports rose 1.5 times;
- lemon imports grew by 15%;
- grapefruit imports went down by 27%;
- kiwifruit imports increased by 20%.
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