Shipments of Russian gold appear to have increased since the start of the Ukraine war. Keystone / Martin Ruetschi
The volume of trade between Switzerland and Russia has increased since the start of the Ukraine war, despite Swiss sanctions, according to official figures.
This content was published on December 23, 2022 - 13:11 December 23, 2022 - 13:11 swissinfo.ch/mga
The Tages Anzeiger newspaper has crunched the numbers from the Swiss customs authorities and finds exports have increased 19% while imports have risen 54% since the war began.
Exports are dominated by pharmaceutical products, the newspaper reports, with some trade likely catching up from logjams created by the pandemic.
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