In the graphs are presented various Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) classification of product categories indexed to the development of Finland's total exports and imports as well as exports to Russia and the omports from there. Although the monthly fluctuations in the different product groups may be quite large, one the size of imports and exports, the review allows for better conclusion-making conditions, the use of which the euro-denominated figures would give .
Monthly customs statistics published by the Finnish Customs, monthly, so that the last available month of data are two months behind. For example, at the end of March 2016 was published the foreign trade data of January 2016.
The trend of the trade between Finland and Russia has been downward since the beginning of the sanctions. For the year 2016 the first few
months that about half of the exports and imports is clipped compared to the time before the sanctions. Part of this decrease is due to the sanctions, part of
the world market prices decline of from Russia imported raw materials and energy. Trade between Finland and Russia has for years been badly for Finland
Export Finland and Germany to Russia has evolved over the sanction period, particularly during 2015. at the same pace. About 40 percent of the
value of exports is clipped compared to the time before the sanctions.