In 2013 Mogilev region organisations exported their goods to 73 regions of the Russian Federation. The trade turnover totalled more than $2.6 billion, i.e. grew by 2,5% comparing with the respective period of the previous year, deputy chair of Mogilev region executive committee Victor Necrashevich told at the joint sitting of economic policy, budget and finance commissions of the Parliamentary Assembly of Belarus-Russia Union State.
"Russia is Mogilev region's main trade partner", Victor Necrashevich stressed. In 2013 exports made more than $1.8 bln (106.9%), while imports - $814 bln (93.3%).
According to the deputy chair of the executive committee, the structure of export deliveries hasn't changed recently. Mogilev region goes on to supply tyres, sinthetic fibres, elevators, electric engines, pipes. Output of light, food, woodworking, building and construction industries make up a significant proportion of the exports.
Production of chemical industry, plastics and rubber goods made the greatest part of imports in 2013. Besides, Mogilev region imported metals, machines and equipment, vehicles, etc.