Most money is transacted from Russia by Uzbek gastarbeiters
According to the Russian Central Bank, individuals transacted $210 million from Russia to Uzbekistan in the second quarter of 2006.
Uzbekistan and Ukraine are leaders among CIS states in transactions from Russia with $210 million each. They are followed by Tajikistan with $187 million, Armenia ($129 million), Moldova ($115 million), Kyrgyzstan ($102 million), Azerbaijan ($94 million), Georgia ($81 million), and Kazakhstan ($22 million).
China is the leader among distant-foreign countries with $49 million transacted there from Russia between April and July, 2006. China is followed by the United States ($9 million) and Turkey and Germany ($7 million each).
In the meantime, $40 million were transacted to Russia from Kazakhstan and $22 million from Uzbekistan.