Russia - U.S. exports 1992-2017

Volume of U.S. exports of trade goods to Russia from 1992 to 2017 (in billion U.S. dollars)

Russia - U.S. exports 1992-2017 This graph shows the growth in the U.S. export volume of trade goods to Russia from 1992 to 2017. In 2017, U.S. exports to Russia amounted to 6.99 billion U.S. dollars.
Russia

Russia is the largest country in the world, with a combined land and water area of about 17 million square kilometers between their borders. It covers more than one-eighth of the Earth's inhabited land area. It is larger than Antarctica (14 million square kilometers) and larger than all of Europe (10.5 million square kilometers).
In comparison to the country’s huge land mass, the population of Russia is rather minute; with a population of only about 144 million, which comes down to a population density of 8.4 inhabitants per square kilometer. Population density in the United States, which is the fourth largest country in the world, has about 33 inhabitants per sqkm. The Russian population is relatively concentrated around the big metropolitan areas of the country. 74 percent of Russian's live in an urban area.
Moscow, the capital of Russia, has about 12 million inhabitants. The greater Moscow metropolitan area has about 16 million inhabitants and is the fifteenth largest metro area in the world. Most of the Russian population lives in the part of the country that is part of the European continent. About 74 percent of all Russians live west of the Ural on an area that encompasses only 23 percent of Russia's total land area.
Russia's economy it the ninth most powerful in the world. In 2013, its GDP reached about 2 trillion U.S. dollars. The Russian economy has been growing steadily since 1999, but has somewhat slowed down to 1.3 percent in 2013. This may of course be a result of the ongoing tension between Russia and the Ukraine as well as the economic sanctions applied to both countries by the European Union, the United States and other countries.
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Volume of U.S. exports of trade goods to Russia from 1992 to 2017 (in billion U.S. dollars)

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Export volume in billion U.S. dollars
20176.99
20165.79
20157.09
201410.75
201311.14
201210.7
20118.32
20105.99
20095.33
20089.33
20077.28
20064.7
20053.96
20042.96
20032.45
20022.4
20012.72
20002.09
19992.06
19983.55
19973.36
19963.35
19952.82
19942.58
19932.97
19922.11
Export volume in billion U.S. dollars
20176.99
20165.79
20157.09
201410.75
201311.14
201210.7
20118.32
20105.99
20095.33
20089.33
20077.28
20064.7
20053.96
20042.96
20032.45
20022.4
20012.72
20002.09
19992.06
19983.55
19973.36
19963.35
19952.82
19942.58
19932.97
19922.11
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This graph shows the growth in the U.S. export volume of trade goods to Russia from 1992 to 2017. In 2017, U.S. exports to Russia amounted to 6.99 billion U.S. dollars.
Russia

Russia is the largest country in the world, with a combined land and water area of about 17 million square kilometers between their borders. It covers more than one-eighth of the Earth's inhabited land area. It is larger than Antarctica (14 million square kilometers) and larger than all of Europe (10.5 million square kilometers).
In comparison to the country’s huge land mass, the population of Russia is rather minute; with a population of only about 144 million, which comes down to a population density of 8.4 inhabitants per square kilometer. Population density in the United States, which is the fourth largest country in the world, has about 33 inhabitants per sqkm. The Russian population is relatively concentrated around the big metropolitan areas of the country. 74 percent of Russian's live in an urban area.
Moscow, the capital of Russia, has about 12 million inhabitants. The greater Moscow metropolitan area has about 16 million inhabitants and is the fifteenth largest metro area in the world. Most of the Russian population lives in the part of the country that is part of the European continent. About 74 percent of all Russians live west of the Ural on an area that encompasses only 23 percent of Russia's total land area.
Russia's economy it the ninth most powerful in the world. In 2013, its GDP reached about 2 trillion U.S. dollars. The Russian economy has been growing steadily since 1999, but has somewhat slowed down to 1.3 percent in 2013. This may of course be a result of the ongoing tension between Russia and the Ukraine as well as the economic sanctions applied to both countries by the European Union, the United States and other countries.
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Release date
March 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
1992 to 2017
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Goods are Merchandise, supplies, raw materials, and products or any other item identified by a Harmonized System (HS) code.
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