What food does Armenia import?

What food does Armenia import?

Armenia is a net food importer of wheat, vegetable oil, and other key foodstuffs. Domestic agriculture cannot entirely satisfy demand for a range of items such as meat and poultry, sugar, flour, soft drinks, wine, rice, vegetable oils, and high-value grocery products.

What are the main imports of Armenia?

Imports The top imports of Armenia are Petroleum Gas ($392M), Refined Petroleum ($223M), Broadcasting Equipment ($114M), Packaged Medicaments ($102M), and Diamonds ($82.9M), importing mostly from Russia ($1.48B), China ($550M), Iran ($295M), Germany ($229M), and Turkey ($225M).

What products does Armenia produce?

Armenia’s main exports are metals and diamonds. Other exports include energy, beverages, and vegetables and fruit. Armenia’s main exports partners are Russia, Germany, Iran, Bulgaria, the Netherlands, the United States, Spain, Canada and Belgium.

What does Armenia import and export?

Main export commodities include copper ores, gold, cigars, and alcohol. Armenia mainly imports petroleum gases and oils, medicaments, radio-telephony transmission tools, and diamonds. Armenia’s main export partners are Russia (26.2%), Switzerland (18.1%), China (11.5%), Iraq (6.5%) and Bulgaria (6%).

What crops grow in Armenia?

The principal agricultural products are grains (mostly wheat and barley), potatoes, vegetables, grapes (both table and wine), and fruits. In 2006, Armenia produced 212,500 tons of grain, 539,500 tons of potatoes, 915,000 tons of vegetables and melons, 286,000 tons of fruits, and 201,400 tons of grapes.

What is the main export of Azerbaijan?

Crude Petroleum
Exports The top exports of Azerbaijan are Crude Petroleum ($9.3B), Petroleum Gas ($2.2B), Refined Petroleum ($292M), Gold ($211M), and Tomatoes ($201M), exporting mostly to Italy ($4.06B), Turkey ($2.61B), Russia ($728M), Greece ($514M), and Georgia ($490M).

What natural resources does Armenia have?

Mining in Armenia is concentrated around the extraction of the following metals : iron, copper, molybdenum, lead, zinc, gold, silver, antimony, and aluminum. There are also valuable reserves of rare metals in gold-polymetallic, copper-molybdenum, and copper pyrite deposits.

What is the main source of income in Armenia?

The economy relies on manufacturing, services, remittances, and agriculture. Russia is Armenia’s principal export market, and Armenia joined Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union in 2015.

What is the national fruit of Armenia?

List of national fruits

Country Common name Scientific name
Armenia Apricot Prunus armeniaca
Australia Riberry Syzygium luehmannii
Austria Apple Malus domestica
Azerbaijan Pomegranate Punica granatum

What fruits and vegetables grow in Armenia?

And the main fruit season in Armenia is autumn. From September to November, from the selection in fruit shops, eyes flutter: at this time of the year you can find variety of grapes, peaches, apricots, watermelons, melons, plums, pomegranates, apples, pears, figs and persimmon almost in all fruit shops.

What does Azerbaijan import from India?

During January-December 2020, crude oil continued to be Azerbaijan’s main export to India, valuing US$ 453 million. Rice was the main commodity of import from India, amounting to US$ 25.18 million, which accounts for 68.1% of total import of rice in Azerbaijan.

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