Finland’s trade with Russia fell by 60% in two weeks

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Finland’s trade with Russia has fallen by 60% in the last two weeks, according to figures from the Finnish customs authorities (Tulli).

Trade began to decline sharply from the second week in March, Tulli announced.

The number of export declarations to customs decreased by 60% compared with the previous two weeks.

More than 20 ships normally dock at Finnish ports from Russia every week. Tulli notes that only nine vessels arrived in the second and third week of March.

The largest product group is Russian crude oil, which mainly comes to Finland by sea.

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