The Soviet Union's oil exports dropped sharply in volume and ruble value last year. Crude and products deliveries to Communist and non Communist countries fell to 3.694 million b/d from 4.104 million b/d in 1988. Last year's oil export volume was the lowest since 1985's 3.334 million b/d. Included in Soviet 1989 oil exports were 2.546 million b/d of crude and 1.148 million b/d of petroleum products. It received 18.635 billion rubles from its 1989 oil exports. That was down from 19.708 billion rubles in 1988 and the smallest revenue from foreign crude and products sales since 1980. GAS EXPORTS ...

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