Database Update: Import of Veterinary Drugs, Feed, Feed Supplements and APIs to Russia (July 2018)
Between January and July 2018, Russia imported 36.5 bln RUB worth of veterinary products, which is in monetary terms 15.6% higher than that of the same period of 2017: 20.7 bln RUB of feed supplements (+17.3%), 14.6 bln RUB of veterinary drugs (+12.6%), and 1.2 bln RUB of veterinary APIs (+23.6%.)
In physical terms, the dynamics of feed supplement import are -4.3%, while those of veterinary drug import are -0.1%, which is partially due to lower minimum dosage units. The dynamics of veterinary API import are -6.5%.
Between January and July 2018, Russia imported feed supplements from South Korea and Indonesia, with a 12 and 6 times increases in monetary terms, respectively. Saudi Arabia is the only new country on the list, the supplement imported from there is Aflabond (by Montajat.)
Saudi Arabia and Latvia have the highest dynamics of veterinary drug import, with a 17 and 4 times increases, respectively. The new products are Surolan from Portugal (imported by Eli Lilly), 5 products from Egypt (by Advia Farmatsevtika), and Fumagillin B from Canada (by Medivet Pharmaceuticals.)
Germany and Bulgaria have the highest dynamics of veterinary API import, with a 3 and 2 times increases, respectively. Among the new countries on the list, Italy with its Megestrolum acetate (by Farmabios) and Taiwan with Xylazine hydrochloride (by Standard Chem and Pharm) have high dynamics.
Read more about the import of veterinary products to Russia (June results) here: http://rncph.com/news/23_08_2018
Dynamics of import of veterinary drugs, feed supplements, and veterinary APIs to Russia, import structure, free circulation prices including customs clearance, bln RUB (January 2017 – July 2018)