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Trade and economic relations between Ukraine and The Republic of Congo

Bilateral trade turnover (according to data of the State Statistics Service of Ukraine in million USD)

Indexes

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

 2016

2017

2018

2019

Jan-Jul

Commodity turnover

7,4

3,9

7,0

5,8

8,4

4,2

2,3

2,26

2,7

3.54

4.81

Export

7,2

3,7

6,9

5,3

8,3

4,1

2,2

1,99

2,66

3.34

4.79

Import

0,2

0,2

0,1

0,5

0,0

0,0

0,1

0,27

0,04

0.2

0.02

Balance

7,0

3,6

6,9

4,9

8,3

4,1

2,0

1,72

2,62

3.14

4.77

In 2018 the bilateral commodity turnover was 3.54 milllion USD. The Ukrainian exports increased by 25.7% to 3.34 million USD compared to the previous year.  The Ukrainian imports increased by 368.8% to 0.2 million USD compared to the the respective period of the previous year. The positive trade balance is 3.14 million USD.

The structure of export between Ukraine and the Republic of Congo in 2018: meat and edible meat offal (40.7%), products of milling industry (14.6%), dairy produce; birds’ eggs; natural honey (10.1%), products of animal origin not elswhere specified or included (9,3%), electric machinery and equipment and parts thereof (7,2%), cereals (7%).

The structure of import in 2018: coffee and tea (47.3%), products of milling industry (25%), wood and articles of wood (24.6%).

In January-July, 2019 the bilateral commodities turnover was 4.81 milllion USD. The Ukrainian exports increased by 117.6% to 4.79 million USD compared to the the respective period of the previous year.  The Ukrainian imports decreased by 70.3% to 0.02 million USD compared to the the respective period of the previous year. The positive trade balance is 4.77 million USD.

The structure of export between Ukraine and the Republic of Congo in January-July, 2019: meat and edible meat offal (56%), products of milling industry (26.5%), iron and steel (6.9%), dairy produce; birds’ eggs; natural honey (5.1%).

The structure of import between Ukraine and the Republic of Congo in January-July, 2019: coffee and tea (54.5%), wood and articles of wood (34.9%).