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Russia’s import sector is facing a forced change due to the sanctions regime, following the start of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, which restricts or completely blocks the import of certain types of goods.

To try to make up for these shortcomings, Russia is actively shifting its trade focus to other allies, mainly in Asia.

What kind of transition could actually take place? Will increased imports from non-Western allies be able to make up for the shortcomings in the various afflicted sectors in the short term?
Through a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the data collected, it is possible to outline the prospects and possible outcomes of this market transition.

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