The following export product groups represent sitemapthe highest dollar value posts in Russian global shipments during 2014. Also shown is the percentage share each export category represents in terms of overall exports from Russia.
- Oil: US$288.4 billion (58.6% of total exports)
- Iron and steel: $20.2 billion (4.1%)
- Gems, precious metals, coins: $11.6 billion (2.4%)
- Machines, engines, pumps: $9 billion (1.8%)
- Fertilizers: $8.9 billion (1.8%)
- Wood: $7.6 billion (1.6%)
- Cereals: $7 billion (1.4%)
- Aluminum: $6.3 billion (1.3%)
- Inorganic chemicals: $5.1 billion (1%)
- Copper: $4.9 billion (1%)
Cereals (principally wheat, barley, corn and rice) were the fastest-growing among the top 10 export categories, up 191% for the 5-year period starting in 2010.
In second place for improving export sales were Russian machinery shipments which were up in value by 70.1% led by gas turbines, nuclear reactors and their fuel elements, as well as computer data processing machines.
Russian gems and precious metals posted the third-fastest tags gain in value at 59%, reflecting accelerating sales of diamonds and gold.
The only three declining categories among the top 10 Russian exports were inorganic chemicals (down in value by 21.6%), aluminum (down 5.6%) and copper (down 1%).