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Russian three times in the wake of reduced imports kontrsanktsy

Food imports from Russia came under retaliatory sanctions countries fell by more than three times - in 2016, he will be about $ 6 billion.

This was announced by Director General of the Institute for Agricultural Market Studies (IKAR) Dmitry Rylko at the conference Russian Agribusiness Forum.

"Thanks to the sanctions of the traditional import countries, which buy food, has fallen from $ 19 billion to about $ 6 billion, even a little less than this year", - said Rylko.

ICAR Director General recalled that Russia continues to be imported from countries came under prodembargo "elite series of products that can be found in Moscow shops", as well as wine.

In general, food imports in Russia, according to IKAR projected to decline in the year to $ 2016 23,5 billion - almost twice as compared to $ 43 2013 billion a year. Imports from countries which have not touched restrictions on the importation of products in Russia and who were to benefit from prodembargo to fall due to the devaluation of the ruble and the fall in real incomes from $ 21 billion to about $ 15 2016 billion a year. Food imports from countries EAEC remains stable at a low level.

Food exports from Russia to 2016 year, according to IKAR estimated to reach $ 16,7 billion.

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