Overview In January 2022 United States exported $397M and imported $1.96B from Russia, resulting in a negative trade balance of $1.56B. Between January 2021 and January 2022 the exports of United States have increased by $6.5M (1.67%) from $390M to $397M, while imports decreased by $-5.97M (-0.3%) from $1.97B to $1.96B.
Trade In January 2022, the top exports of United States to Russia were Aircraft Parts ($33.2M), Vehicle Parts ($22.7M), Cars ($18.1M), Reaction and Catalytic Products ($13.5M), and Delivery Trucks ($10.7M). In January 2022 the top imports of United States from Russia were Refined Petroleum ($724M), Platinum ($161M), Crustaceans ($152M), Ferroalloys ($134M), and Pig Iron ($125M).
Origins In January 2022 the exports of United States were mainly from Texas ($57.8M), Illinois ($49.4M), California ($30M), Florida ($21.5M), and Pennsylvania ($18.8M), while imports destinations were mainly Louisiana ($553M), Texas ($318M), Washington ($168M), New York ($167M), and Pennsylvania ($145M).
Growth In January 2022, the increase in United States's year-by-year exports to Russia was explained primarily by an increase in product exports in Vehicle Parts ($21.2M or 214%), Tractors ($13.9M or 493%), and Blood, antisera, vaccines, toxins and cultures ($11.9M or 551%). In January 2022, the decrease in United States's year-by-year imports from Russia was explained primarily by an decrease in product imports in Crude Petroleum ($-43.5M or -19.7%), Ferroalloys ($-36.3M or -80.8%), and Mixed Mineral or Chemical Fertilizers ($-30.4M or -95.5%).