Shoe imports increased
07.09.2016 5030

Shoe imports increased

In August 2016, the value of imports of goods from non-CIS countries amounted to $ 15 million and increased by 827,7% compared to July 2016, according to the statistical report of the Federal Customs Service of Russia.

At the same time, imports of footwear to Russia in August 2016 increased by 27,5% compared to the results of the previous month and amounted to $ 315 million, and compared to August last year, the growth in imports of footwear was 9,6%.

In August 2016, the value of imports of goods from non-CIS countries amounted to $ 15 million and increased by 827,7% compared to July 2016, the statistical report says ...
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