Imports of non-reinforced glass of the Russian Federation is increasing

Date: 31 January 2012
Source: http://steklosouz.ru
The analysis of the growing markets of the Russian Federation in the first nine months of last year showed that the import market unreinforced glass showed good growth.

According to research data, the overseas non-reinforced glass with thickness from 3.5 to 4.5 mm increased by more than 40% in comparison with those of 2010. In monetary terms, the market capacity of 12 million U.S. dollars.

In the third quarter, imports of glass under the number 7005293500 HS engaged in more than 109 domestic companies. Leading trading partner of Russia in the third quarter of 2011 was the Ukraine, leaving behind a more than 44% market share of imports unreinforced glass.

Non-wired glass applied to the production of window glass and other applications.

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Date: 31 January 2012
Source: http://steklosouz.ru

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