What Can be Exported to Russia?

Procomer identified 726 Costa Rican export products as having some level of potential to be marketed in Russia.

Thursday, June 13, 2013

From a press release issued by the Costa Rican Foreign Trade Promotion Office (PROCOMER):

After statistical analysis prepared by the Costa Rican Foreign Trade Promotion Office (PROCOMER) it has been revealed that there are 726 goods among Costa Rican exports with some level of potential to be marketed in Russia, a transcontinental nation which forms part of the emerging nations and whose population is 143.1 million.

According to the study, a number of national products are potentially exportable to the Russian market, such as, fruits, meat, coffee, plants, cocoa, juices, canned fish, canned fruit, tires, metal lids, baby diapers and tampons, and medical and precision equipment, among other things.

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