Балтийская таможня: итоги 9 месяцев 2021

Foreign Trade via Baltic Customs Up a Quarter in January-September

  • Foreign trade via the Baltic Customs made $35.6 mn during January-September 2021., up 243.7% year-on-year. Customs duties collected during the period under report exceeded 450 bn rubles ($6.4 bn), up 32% year-on-year.

    The number of cargo declarations issued amounted to 276.9 thousand including 241.9 thousand import declarations (up 11.5%) and 30.5 thousand export ones (up 21.2%).

    7.2 vessels engaged in foreign trade were registered, 26 vessels a day on the average.

    Export cargo declared via the Baltic Customs was designated for 156 countries, import originated from 163 countries.

    The top countries of destination were China, Turkey, Brazil, the USA, Lithuania, Belgium, Indonesia, Norway, and Finland, and the Netherlands, and the top countries of origin included China, Ecuador, Germany, South Africa, Republic of Korea, India, Brazil, the Netherlands, Argentina and the USA.

    The top export commodity categories were ore, stag and ash, fertilizers, timber and woodwork, ferrous metals, salt, Sulphur, soil and stone.

    The top import commodities were fruit, polymer materials, inorganic chemicals, equipment, vessels, boats and other floating objects, ferrous metals, inorganic chemicals, ore, stag, ash, vehicles, fish and sea food.

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