MOSCOW, 6 February (BelTA) - Belarus remains Russia's fourth largest trading partner in the world and first in the CIS, read the statistical data on Russian foreign trade in 2018 released by the Russian Federal Customs Service, BelTA has learned.
According to the Russian Federal Customs Service, the Belarusian-Russian trade totaled $35,686.2 billion in 2018, which was up 10.8% as against 2017.
China, Germany and the Netherlands are ahead of Belarus in terms of trade with Russia. Belarus outpaced countries such as Italy, Turkey, the USA, the Republic of Korea, Poland, Japan, Kazakhstan, and France.
In 2017 Belarus also was Russia's fourth largest trading partner in the world and first in the CIS.More about Economy