Basic profile of Russia Russia is located in the northern part of Eurasia. The main imports are machine equipment, cars, trucks, food, and light industrial products such as textiles, shoes and hats. Export commodities are mainly oil, natural gas, electricity, coal, machinery and equipment, and ferrous metals. China is Russia's sixth largest export market and the largest source of imports. Russia's main imports from China are mechanical and electrical products, textiles and raw materials, and base metals and products. In addition, furniture, toys, footwear, umbrellas, and other light industrial products and transportation equipment are also China's major exports to Russia. Russia's customs data for foreign trade states comes from the local customs' official primary bill of lading data, which is updated once a month and provides online inquiry. Russian data description Russian customs data is a record of every shipping transaction for this country, region and all trading companies worldwide, including import data and export data. Russia's customs data for foreign trade states has been updated since 2007. Up to now, it has provided 270 million original import and export transaction data, including 19,815 buyers and 268,839 suppliers. Russia's customs data is updated monthly. (The latest update time, see data update table) import data export data 1. The date of bill of lading and the date of customs clearance remain the same. 2. Each order has a 10-digit HS code used by the Russian local customs. 3. Provide detailed product descriptions of the traded goods. The language used is Russian. 4. Both import and export data provide detailed company information for both parties. The import data also includes detailed information such as buyer code and warehouse. 5. The bill of lading provides the volume and price information of the transactions between the two parties, including the quantity and weight of the goods, as well as the transaction amount and customs statistics. In addition, it includes information such as exchange rates and invoices. 6. Detailed freight information, including country of origin, country of destination, terms of trade, point of delivery of goods, etc. 7. Different from the customs data of other front-line trading countries, the Russian data also provides information such as manufacturers, financial settlement companies and customs applicants.