Japanese exports to Russia due to coronavirus decreased by 40%

Economic impact of a pandemic coronavirus led to a sharp reduction of Japan’s foreign trade. In particular, exports to Russia fell in June by 40.6% compared to the same period of 2019, said the Japanese Ministry of Finance.

According to customs data from Japan to Russia in June had delivered goods to 41.9 billion yen (about $390,5 million), while imports from Russia amounted to 73,08 billion yen (about $680,6 million), a decrease of 31.2%.

overall, Japanese exports in June fell by 26.2%, which is the sharpest decline over the past 10 years, while imports fell by 14.4%.

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