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gjoko.d
09-15-2016, 05:47 PM
I'm looking for a importer/buyer which can provide financial stability and mutual benefit. We are looking forward for supplying big retail chain stores with fresh fruits and vegetables, processed meat and other food goods Macedonian made products. Our primary goal is expanding our business outside the Balkan area.Our main products are fresh apples, table(and if you need wine) grapes, watermelon, peaches, plums, cherries and many other fruits that grow in Macedonia. The vegetables we can supply is: tomato, cucumber, paper, onion, winter cabbage, spring cabbage, carrots and many more.. One of our co founder is in the meat industry sector which we can provide all the types of processed meat, also we have large range of chemical and cosmetic Macedonian made products.

Serious answers only, please.

seoweb
11-18-2019, 02:48 AM
By and large EU fares to Russia were in 2018 31% lower than in 2012, agri-nourishment trades were 42% lower. In 2018 Russia was the goal of 4,4% of EU worldwide fares, down from 7% in 2012. With respect to the beginnings of imports into Russia, the EU accounted in 2018 for 37%, down from 43% in 2013

Lilykevin86
06-25-2020, 11:17 PM
Fundamental EU fares to Russia are in the classifications of apparatus, transport hardware, drugs, synthetic compounds and other fabricated items. Primary EU imports from Russia are crude materials, particularly - oil (unrefined and refined) and gas, just as metals (outstandingly iron/steel, aluminum, nickel).