The Deindustrialization of RUssia

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  1. badguy2000

    badguy2000 Respected Member Senior Member

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    well, Russia ,the former superpower which had gloabal second biggest industry base, now is rapidly being
    deindustrialized.

    such a deindustrializaiton can be found easily by the sino-Russia trade .

    Russia's import from CHina:" 23% are mechanics,21.4% are electronics"
    Russia's export to China: "oil and other raw resource are 46.8%,wood 12.1%"

    Russia now has become the raw resource supplier and industry-product market of CHina .
    Sino-Russia trade structure is more and more like trade between europe and its clonies before WW II.

    or in another word, Russia is becoming a client-economy of CHina day by day.


    http://www.tianya.cn/new/publicforum/Content.asp?idWriter=0&Key=0&strItem=worldlook&idArticle=286531
     
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  3. badguy2000

    badguy2000 Respected Member Senior Member

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    last year, Russia imported 300,000 truck engines from CHina.. China produced almost 10 times more autos than Russia last year.


    Once, Soviet was the 5 biggest auto producer in the world.
     

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