Think tank: China’s trade with Russia not grown significantly

According to a study by the US think tank Atlantic Council, China has expanded its trade with Russia less than other countries since the start of the war against Ukraine. According to the study, India, in particular, but also Turkey and Greece, have significantly increased their trade with Russia in 2022 compared to the previous year. According to the report, trade between India, a country considered a US partner, and Russia increased by 250 percent during the period, while trade with NATO member Turkey increased by 93 percent and Greece by about 100 percent. China’s trade with Russia increased by just over 27 percent, according to the think tank. India has now become Russia’s second-largest destination for oil exports after China, and Turkey is now a major supplier of electrical machinery and parts, including semiconductors, it said.

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