GDP per capita
Russia is the sixteenth (16°) exporting economy in the world. In 2016, Russia has exported USD 282 billions and has imported USD 180 billions, with a positive resulting trade balance of USD 102 billions. In 2016 Russia's GDP was USD 1,28 trillions and its GDP per capita was USD 23.200.
The main goods exported by Russia are: Crude petroleum (USD 73,7 billions), Various unclassified products (USD 45,3 billions), Refined petroleum (USD 45,1 billions), Coal briquettes (USD 8,51 billions) and Raw aluminium (USD 4,89 billions).
It's main imports are: Packaged medicines (USD 6,94 billions), Various unclassified products (USD 6,6 billions), Vehicles (USD 6,03 billions), Heating machinery (USD 5,96 billions) and Vehicle parts (USD 5,68 billions).
The main export destinations of Russia are: The Netherlands (USD 29,3 billions), China (USD 28 billions), Germany (USD 21,3 billions), Belarus (USD 14,1 billions) and Turkey (USD 13,7 billions).
The main origins of its imports are: China (USD 37,3 billions), Germany (USD 23,6 billions), Belarus (USD 10,9 billions), Italy (USD 7,44 billions) and United States (USD 5,79 billions).
Russia borders with Azerbaijan, Belarus, China, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Mongolia, North Korea, Norway, Poland and Ukraine by land and Japan and United States by sea.
Origins of imports
Destination of exports