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Russia: Economic indicators and trade with EU

Written by Martin Russell and Giulio Sabbati (both EPRS)
In cooperation with Laura Bartolini (from GlobalStat | EUI),

Which economy grew faster over the past 15 years – the EU or Russia? How many Russians are out of work, and how sound are the country’s public finances? How much red tape do Russian businesses have to deal with? What kind of products does the EU export to Russia? You can find the answers to these and other questions in our EPRS publication on Russia: economic indicators and trade with EU , the first of a series of infographics produced in collaboration with the European University Institute’s GlobalStat on the world’s main economies.

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GlobalStat, a project of the EUI’s Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies and the Francisco Manuel dos Santos Foundation aims to offer the best available gateway to statistical data. It is easily accessible, intuitive to use, and free of charge. In just three clicks it offers data from 1960 onwards for 193 UN countries, five continents and 12 political and regional entities – including the European Union – gathered from over 80 international sources. The project, presents data as diverse as income distribution, water resources, housing, migration, land use, food production, nutrition, or life expectancy, which contributes to a better understanding of the interrelations between human living conditions and globalisation trends.


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2 thoughts on “Russia: Economic indicators and trade with EU

  1. 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.

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    Posted by Vladimir Stroev | August 7, 2016, 18:50

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