EAEU countries increase fruit exports to Turkmenistan
BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 24
By Jeila Aliyeva - Trend:
Turkmenistan increased imports of apples, pears, and quinces from the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union by 2.7 times From January through July 2020, Trend reports, citing statistics from the Eurasian Economic Commission.
In general, apples, pears, and quinces were exported to Turkmenistan from the EAEU countries in the amount of 210 tons for a total of $65,284.
Kazakhstan and Russia were the exporters of the above-mentioned fruits to Turkmenistan. Meanwhile, the share of Kazakhstan was $15,407, and the share of Russia was $49,876.
According to statistics, in addition to apples, pears, and quinces, during the same period, Russia exported more than 3 tons of grapes to Turkmenistan, totaling $2,256.
In addition, Russia was an exporter of dried fruit mixed with nuts or other fruits in the amount of more than 10 tons for the amount of $14,640.
As reported, Turkmenistan increased the import of apples, pears, and quinces from the countries of EAEU by 2.6 times in 1H2020.
In general, 206 tons of apples, pears, and quinces were exported to Turkmenistan from the EAEU countries for a total amount of $63,629 in 1H2020.
Kazakhstan and Russia were the exporters of the above-mentioned fruits to Turkmenistan. Menawhile, the share of Kazakhstan was $15,398, while Russia’s share was $48,230.
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