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Morocco Increases Exports To Russia
8.07.2017 12:20
Morocco Increases Exports To Russia

Morocco has been importing fruit and vegetables to Russia since 2014. During the three years the share of Russia in the Moroccan exports of fruits and vegetables rose from 10 to 27 percent. In particular, more than a quarter of the country’s supplies of tomatoes now fall to Russia.

      In addition, a substantial proportion of imports are traditionally taken by citrus fruits. According to the data previously published by the Ministry of Economics of Morocco, this North African country exported to Russia 341 thousand tons of fruits and vegetables costing the 1.6 billion dirhams (10.57 billion roubles) during 2015-early 2016. This amount is 24 percent higher than for the same period in 2014-2015. The proportion of citrus fruits in all deliveries amounted to 58 percent.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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