Overview: In September 2020 Russia exported $28.6B and imported $18.5B, resulting in a positive trade balance of $10.1B. Between September 2019 and September 2020 the exports of Russia have decreased by $-7.22B (-20.2%) from $35.8B to $28.6B, while imports decreased by $-1.58B (-7.88%) from $20.1B to $18.5B.
Trade: In September 2020, the top exports of Russia were Crude Petroleum ($5.04B), Gold ($3.42B), Commodities not elsewhere specified ($3.3B), Refined Petroleum ($3.08B), and Coal Briquettes ($1.06B). In September 2020 the top imports of Russia were Telephones ($743M), Vehicle Parts ($686M), Computers ($535M), Commodities not elsewhere specified ($534M), and Packaged Medicaments ($522M).
Origins: In September 2020 the exports of Russia were mainly from MOSCOW, THE CAPITAL OF RUSSIAN FEDERATION ($12.1B), ST. PETERSBURG ($1.93B), ROSTOV REGION ($1.06B), SAKHALIN REGION ($993M), and KEMEROVO REGION ($904M), while imports destinations were mainly MOSCOW, THE CAPITAL OF RUSSIAN FEDERATION ($8.46B), MOSCOW REGION ($2.03B), ST. PETERSBURG ($1.65B), KALININGRAD REGION ($562M), and KALUGA REGION ($537M).
Destinations: In September 2020, Russia exported mostly to United Kingdom ($3.72B), China ($3.56B), Netherlands ($1.76B), Germany ($1.48B), and Turkey ($1.44B), and imported mostly from China ($4.55B), Germany ($1.97B), Belarus ($1.01B), United States ($777M), and Italy ($775M).
Growth: In September 2020, the decrease in Russia's year-by-year exports was explained primarily by an decrease in exports to Netherlands ($-2.1B or -54.4%), China ($-1.22B or -25.5%), and Japan ($-772M or -51.6%), and product exports decrease in Crude Petroleum ($-5.13B or -50.4%), Refined Petroleum ($-2.9B or -48.5%), and Commodities not elsewhere specified ($-474M or -12.5%). In September 2020, the decrease in Russia's year-by-year imports was explained primarily by an decrease in imports from Japan ($-249M or -32.9%), China ($-195M or -4.11%), and Germany ($-165M or -7.74%), and product imports decrease in Packaged Medicaments ($-304M or -36.8%), Cars ($-203M or -29.4%), and Blood, antisera, vaccines, toxins and cultures ($-151M or -44.7%).