The supply of Moldovan products to the CIS countries decreased in Q1 2020 by 7.1% to $94.9 million versus the same period in 2019.
According to the National Bureau of Statistics, at the same time, the share of the Commonwealth countries in the total volume of Moldovan exports increased from 13.94% to 14.06%. At the same time, in January-March 2020, versus the same period of the previous year, the Moldovan export to Russia decreased by 8.8% - to $52.9 million, to Belarus - decreased by 20.5% - to $18.7 million, to Ukraine - grew by 6.7% - up to $17.7 million. Deliveries of domestic goods to Kazakhstan increased 2.1 times - to $3.22 million, to Uzbekistan - grew by 35% - to $878.5 thousand, and to Azerbaijan - decreased by 29.4% to $806.5 thousand. Deliveries of Moldovan products to Armenia increased by 5.6% to $260.3 thousand. Moldovan exports to Kyrgyzstan amounted to $196.8 thousand (+ 28.8%), to Tajikistan - $111 thousand (up 1.5 times). //04.06.2020 - InfoMarket.