Imports of shoes in the first quarter of 2017 decreased by 11,9%
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Imports of shoes in the first quarter of 2017 decreased by 11,9%

According to preliminary data from customs statistics, in January-March of 2017, import of footwear from non-CIS countries to Russia decreased by 11,9%.

The volume of imports of shoes in February 2017 of the year amounted to $ 280 million, in March 2017 of the year - up to $ 247,4.

Meanwhile, shoe imports in March 2017 compared to March last year increased by 22,4%, from $ 202 million to $ 247,4, respectively.

According to preliminary data of customs statistics, in January-March 2017, imports of footwear from non-CIS countries to Russia decreased by ...

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