In January-September of this year, Ukraine posted a foreign trade surplus of USD 713 million, 11.9 percent up year-on-year, Interfax reported, citing state statistics committee data. Foreign trade turnover during that period came to USD 24.802 billion, including exports of USD 12.758 billion (up 6.3 percent year-on-year) and imports of USD 12.045 billion. Of Ukraine's overall exports, 17.9 percent went to Russia, 7.5 percent to Turkey, 4.9 percent to Italy, 4.4 percent to Germany, 3.9 percent to...


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