Volume of chemical products export to Turkmenistan from EAEU revealed
BAKU, Azerbaijan, January 12
By Jeila Aliyeva - Trend:
A large volume of various chemical products was exported to Turkmenistan from the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) from January through October 2020, Trend reports with reference to statistical data of the Eurasian Economic Commission.
According to statistical data, 1,143 tons of chloride, bromide, and iodide were exported from Russia and Kazakhstan to Turkmenistan for a total amount of $546,668.
Thus, the share of Kazakhstan in the above-mentioned amount of exports was $344,400, and Russia - $202,267.
Also, in the reporting period, Turkmenistan exported more than 1 ton of hypochlorite, chlorite, and hypobromite, worth over $2,034.
Sulfates, alum, peroxosulfates in the amount of 21.5 tons were also exported to Turkmenistan from Russia in the amount of $16,416 from January through October 2020.
Also during this period, Russia was the only exporter from the EAEU to Turkmenistan of nitrites and nitrates in the amount of 8 tons, worth $4,223, and phosphoric acid salts in the amount of 1.75 tons, worth $2,516.
Statistics also show the export of 843,996 tons of carbonates to Turkmenistan from Kazakhstan and Russia for a total of $352,557. At the same time, the share of Kazakhstan was $37,371, while Russia’s share was $315,185.
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