Диверсификация экспортно-импортных отношений регионов России как направление экономического роста (на примере Белгородской области)
Foreign trade of the Russian Federation has undergone significant changes since the entry into force of the economic sanction of the European Union and the United States. In addition to the deterioration of trade relations with the main trading partner, the European Union, which previously accounted for almost half of the international trade, Russia was faced with the need to reorient export and import relations. It has led to the search for new markets for products, which are the countries of the economic and commercial BRICS bloc. The BRICS countries are a promising market for the distribution and promotion of Russian products, as they account for about 43% of the world’s population, 21% of world GDP, 17.3% of international trade, 12.7% of the world market for services. In this regard, the improvement of trade relations with the BRICS countries should be seen as an alternative to the reorientation of Russian exports and imports and should be explored at the regional level, thus allowing for sustained economic growth.