Exports of Russian-made cars have increased by 38% within the first half

Exports of Russian-made cars have increased by 38% within the first half


 

Autostat.- 19,500 Russian-made cars have been exported within the first half of 2019, excluding the EEU countries. The figure indicates a 37.5% year-on-year increase.

Around 70% of the aforementioned figure has been exported to four countries only. Uzbekistan has become the largest exporter of Russian assembly vehicles this year, with 4300 units in 6 months. The former leader Czechia has dropped to the second spot with 4000 vehicles. The top-three has been completed by Latvia (3000 units), which is followed by Azerbaijan with a little over 2100 units.

The export figures of other countries are more modest. The remaining countries and their export numbers in the top-ten for the January-June 2019 period are as follows: Slovakia (851 units), Ukraine (787 units), Serbia (688 units), Hungary (626 units), Bulgaria (355 units) and Mongolia (302 units).