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Russia Drops Out of EU’S Top Three Trading Partners

Russia’s share in trade with a European Union dramatically reduced final year, pulling a nation out of a tip 3 categorical trade partners of a EU, a European statistics group Eurostat reported Friday.

According to information from Eurostat, a Russian share in a sum volume of EU trade forsaken to 6 percent or 210 billion euros ($238 billion). It has been dwindling given 2013, Eurostat said.

Meanwhile a share of a United States — a EU’s biggest partner — accounted for 18 percent or 619 billion euros ($702 billion). The U.S. is followed by China, whose share totaled 15 percent or 521 billion euros ($591 billion) and Switzerland with 7 percent — 253 billion euro ($287 billion).

The EU stays Russia’s categorical trade partner.

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