Belarus’ preferential trade relationship with Russia means that it has access to oil at a discount price. As such, the country mostly exports fuels and lubricants (around 33 percent of all exports). Belarus has traditionally excelled at heavy industry and is one of the world’s largest suppliers of mining and quarrying vehicles. Other exports include food industry products, chemical products, wood and furniture, and metals. Belarus’ main export partners are Russia, the Netherlands, Ukraine, Latvia, Germany, Brazil and China.
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