According to the data, in the first 11 months of 2022, trade between Russia and China increased by 32 percent compared to the figures for the same period last year.
Chinese exports to Russia increased by 13.4 percent to 67.333 billion dollars during the reporting period. For its part, Russia recorded a 47.5 percent increase in its exports to the Asian nation, reaching 105 072 million dollars.
Exports from China to Russia include electronics, industrial equipment, toys, footwear, vehicles and air-conditioning equipment, while its imports from Russia include mainly oil, natural gas, coal, copper, wood, other fuels and seafood.
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▪️According to the results of 11 months of 2022, the trade turnover between ���� & ���� increased by 32% and amounted to a record $172.406 billion, according to data released on Wednesday by the Main Customs Admin of China
Russia's energy resources have had a significant impact on trade between the two countries. Amid Western sanctions over Russia's special military operation in Ukraine, Beijing has benefited from Moscow's discounts on its fossil fuels as it seeks to secure new buyers.
Between January and October this year, China has increased its imports of Russian coal to 53 million tons. During this period, the Asian nation has also increased its imports of Russian oil to almost 72 million tons, or 9.5 percent.