As of June 1, 2020, a total of 23.5 thousand tons of cherry fruit were sold in the markets of 11 foreign countries for a total of 48 million us dollars.
In today's pandemic environment, this is a positive situation. Among these countries, Kazakhstan received a high share with 12.4 thousand tons, Russia-6.7 thousand tons, the Kyrgyz Republic-4.1 thousand tons.
It is noteworthy that in recent years, Uzbek cherries have also been exported to Republic of Korea and Thailand. As of June 1 of this year, 51.8 tons of products worth 206.8 thousand us dollars were sold in the Republic of Korea.
Information on the breakdown of countries by exported product as of June 1, 2020
|№||Name of state||
|Thousand dollars||Compared to the corresponding period last year (%)|
|1||Kazakhstan||12 360,7||17 740,4||2 t.|
|2||Russia||6 672,1||11 234,3||4 t.|
|3||Kyrgyz Republic||4 132,0||18 070,0||103,6|
|4||Republic of korea||51,8||206,8||-|
|7||United Arab Emirates||31,0||118,9||108,0|
|8||Republic of Belarus||50,0||117,8||9,6 t.|
|12||Total||23 471,2||47 952,3||2 t.|
The data in this table shows that the export of cherry fruit has increased by 2 times compared to the same period last year. Thus, as of June 1 of this year, almost 48 million us dollars of currency were received from sales of cherries in our country. The above figures may increase even further. Therefore, the export of these fruits to foreign countries continues. And we reserve the blessing of our gardeners who grow sweet-sugar fruits.