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  • Доходы от экспорта минеральных удобрений падают

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    По итогам 7 месяцев 2017 года экспорт минеральных азотных удобрений составил 7,1 млн тонн.

    Это ниже уровня января-июля прошлого года на 3,5%.

    В стоимостном выражении их экспорт также сократился на 2,3% до порядка 1,3 млрд долларов.

    Смешанных удобрений экспортировали более 6 млн тонн – на 10,6% больше, чем годом ранее, на сумму 1,6 млрд долларов (-4%).

    Объем вывезенных калийных удобрений, по данным ФТС РФ, увеличился на 6,4% по сравнению с 7 месяцами 2016 годом. За отчетный период их было отгружено более 5,9 млн тонн.

    В денежном выражении их экспорт упал на 6,7% до 1,1 млрд долларов.

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