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What else does Russia export, beyond oil and gas?

Crude oil is Russia’s biggest export, accounting for $123 billion of its export revenues. Image: Unsplash/ Darla Hueske

Douglas Broom

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These are the commodities that made up Russia’s $474 billion of exports in 2019.
These are the commodities that made up Russia’s $474 billion of exports in 2019. Image: Harvard Center for International Development

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Russia is a key supplier of the world’s wheat.
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