Exports of goods from countries of application have largely recovered, up 18% from May, from 3.78 billion euros to 4.45 billion euros. At the same time, it still remains significantly less than last year’s figure (7.21 billion euros). Deliveries of industrial equipment from the EU increased by 21% over the month, medicines – by 6%, perfumes and cosmetics – by 38%, RBC reports citing Eurostat foreign trade data.
According to the statistics, Italy is in second place (€532 million, +2.9%). The offer from Poland increased significantly – up to 395 million euros from 200-250 million euros in May. Exports from the Baltic countries increased by a third over the month, to €481 million.
In June, deliveries of industrial equipment from the EU increased by 21% and reached 1.12 billion euros. This is almost a third less than a year ago, but twice as much as in March or last year. According to Eurostat, shipments of pumps, centrifuges, dishwashers, fire extinguishers, agricultural machinery, food and beverage preparation equipment, and lifting equipment, including elevators, increased.
The export of medicines grew by 6% compared to May and by 31.5% compared to June last year, to 791 million euros, becoming the second Italian category of European exports to Russia. Exports of perfumes and cosmetics from Europe increased by 38% to 108 million euros, mainly due to the selection of makeup and skin care products.
Exports of plastics and products from them grew by 16%, to 234 million euros, optical, measuring, control, advanced devices and tools – by 38%, to 268 million euros, electrical equipment and components – by 7%, to 187 million euros . At the same time, integrated circuits from Germany, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and France in Russia cover almost zero, although last year they amounted to about 55 million euros.