|Rating of exporters|
|Rating of importers|
In January – November 2010, goods export totalled USD 46,129.6 mln. and import volumes reached USD 54,087.6 mln. Compared to a similar period in 2009, export grew by 29.8% and import increased by 33.9%. Negative balance of the foreign merchandise trade was USD 7,958 mln. (in January – November 2009, the balance was negative too – USD 4,843.1 mln.).
Ukraine carried out foreign merchandise trade transactions with 216 countries of the world.
36.5% of all goods were exported to the CIS states, 25.3% - to the EU states (in January – November 2009, respectively, 33.9% and 23.8%).
The Russian Federation still remains the largest trade partner of Ukraine (26.3% of export and 36.5% of import supplies).
The export of goods to all basic partner states increased: Italy - by 99.4%, the Russian Federation - by 61.5%, Belarus - by 49.2%, Poland - by 47.5%, Turkey - by 39.2%, Germany - by 22.9%, India - by 13.8%.
Compared to January - November 2009, export of railway and tram locomotives and road equipment increased by 3.1 times, ores, slag and ash - by 98%, energy materials, oil and refining products– by 85.3%, non-organic products – by 63.9%, non-ferrous metals – by 43.8%, fats, vegetable and animal oils– by 41.7%, electric machines – by 15.8%, mechanical machines – by 13.7%. At the same time, export of grain crops decreased by 33.9%, seeds and fruits of oil plants – by 2.6%, ferrous metal goods – by 2.1%.
The CIS states imported 44% of goods, the EU – 31.5% (in January – November 2009, respectively, 43% and 34.1%).
Compared to January – November 2009, the increased import supply from the RF (by 74.7%), China (by 71.3%), Belarus (by 54.4%), the USA (by 35%), Poland (by 28.5%), Italy (by 21.6%), and Germany (by 17.9%) was observed.
In the total amount of imported goods, the import of ferrous metals grew 70.7%, import of land transport vehicles, with the exception of railway vehicles, increased by 65.7%, electric machines – by 57.2%, ores, slag and ash - by 50.5%, other chemical goods – by 45.4%, ferrous metal goods – by 39.1%, energy materials, oil and refining products – by 35%, polymeric materials, plastic – by 33.4%, paper and cardboard – by 21.6%. Moreover, import of meat and edible by-products decreased by 19.2%, milk and dairy products, eggs and honey - by 5.4%.
Export and import transactions most actively involved goods of enterprises in Kiev city, as well as Donetsk, Dnepropetrovsk and Odessa regions.