SOVIET OIL EXPORT VOLUME, REVENUES SLIDE

Sharply lower revenues from exports of crude oil and refined petroleum products were instrumental in creating a record negative trade balance for the U.S.S.R. last year and in forcing Moscow to fall behind in payments for goods bought abroad. Official data show Soviet crude exports fell from 2.546 million b/d valued at 13.075 billion rubles in 1989 to 2.172 million b/d worth 10.669 billion rubles in 1990. The U.S.S.R.'s sales of refined products to foreign customers dropped from 1.148

Jun 10th, 1991
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