Written by Györgyi Mácsai (updated on 24.03.2022).
In cooperation with Igor Tkalec (from GlobalStat | EUI).
The data in this infographic illustrate the extent of trade between the EU and Russia in the years up to the latter launching its war on Ukraine, as well as the state of Russia’s economy more generally in the same period. This is an update of an infographic originally drafted by Martin Russell and Giulio Sabbati in May 2016.
Download this infographic on ‘Russia: Economic indicators and trade with EU‘ in PDF.
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Here you can find the latest statistics on Russia’s trade in goods with the countries of Europe: http://en.russian-trade.com/reports-and-reviews/2016-08/russian-trade-with-european-countries-in-the-1st-quarter-of-2016/
The total trade (exports and imports) between Russia and European countries declined from $72.1 billion in the 1st quarter of 2015 to $50.7 billion in the 1st quarter of 2016.