FCS: the income of the Russian Federation of oil export in 2015 decreased by 41.8%

FCS: the income of the Russian Federation of oil export in 2015 decreased by 41.8%

MOSCOW, 5 February. Oil exports from Russia in value terms decreased in 2015 compared with the previous year by 41.8%, to $89,576 billion this was announced on Friday by Federal customs service (FCS) of the Russian Federation.

The physical volume of oil export in 2015 increased by 9.4% to $ 244,485 million tons against 223,415 million tons a year earlier.

The main volume of oil export fell to the far abroad countries – cost of deliveries totaled $83,955 billion, which is by 42.3% below the figure for the same period of the previous year. Revenues from oil supplies to the CIS fell by 32.3% to 5.62 billion.

Exports of petroleum products

The revenue of Russian companies from export of oil products in 2015 decreased by 41.7% compared to the previous year and amounted to $67,403 billion.

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During the reporting period, Russia has increased oil product exports, which increased 4% to 171,534 million tons.

Revenues from oil supplies to the far abroad decreased by 41.9% to $63,349 billion, the physical volume of supplies increased by 5.2% to 163,262 million tons. In the neighboring countries supply of petroleum products decreased by 39.3% in value terms to $4 billion volume of exports to CIS countries decreased by 14.2% to $8,272 million tons.

The import of medicines

Import of medicines in Russia in 2015 has fallen by 32.7% compared to 2014 and amounted to $6,871 billion Volume of import of antibiotics over the past year, fell 2.7% to $84.2 million

According to DSM Group, the Russian commercial pharmaceutical market in monetary terms 2015 amounted to 9.4%, in the packaging it fell by 5.4%. In the beginning of 2015 inflation of prices of medicines in pharmacies amounted to 10.3%. Stronger just went up medicines of the Russian manufacture – on 15,5% in comparison with December 2014 the Average cost of domestic packaging of the drug reached 70,1 rubles the price of imported drugs increased by 8.9% and the weighted average price of packing reached 237,6 RUB.

A stable trend in recent years is the gradual reduction in the medicine range, the proportion of “cheap drugs”, the cost of packing which is below 150 roubles, have noted in the DSM Group. The share of the market these drugs, compared with December 2014 decreased by 2 percentage points.