delegation from the Association of the Russian-Chinese Business Council paid a
visit to the Kamchatka Region and held a meeting with the region’s governor,
Vladimir Solodov. During the meeting, the heads of the executive authorities,
businesses, and public associations of the Kamchatka Region and representatives
of major Chinese state-owned corporations and companies discussed possible
areas of cooperation in various sectors of the economy. The visit took place
with the support of the Russian-Chinese Business Council, the Chinese Embassy
in Russia, the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the Roscongress
Kamchatka Region is one of the most rapidly developing regions of Russia. Sustainable
and promising industries are the cornerstone of our region. Today, we are
actively developing the necessary transport and tourism infrastructure: roads
are being built, mooring facilities are being modernized, and hotels and an airport
building are actively under construction. We would be happy to involve Chinese
businesses in this laborious process. It is crucial for us to attract the best
world expertise to build much-needed infrastructure,” Solodov said in his welcoming
address to the delegation of Chinese entrepreneurs.
Korostelev, President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Kamchatka Region,
stressed the importance of increasing foreign trade turnover with China. “At
present, exports to the People’s Republic of China are increasing multi-fold
for all items. For example, salmon supplies have increased by nine times, and
nickel by five times,” he said.
participants also considered the current situation in the monetary sector in
terms of interaction with Chinese banks and expressed interest in expanding partnerships
with the chambers of commerce and industry of Chinese regions.
visit, members of the delegation of the Association of the Russian-Chinese
Business Council learned about investment projects in tourism and agriculture.
In addition, they discussed opportunities for joint cooperation in the fishing
industry, waste processing, and projects to build vital infrastructure, and
paid particular attention to international tourism and the development of
dialogue with representatives of the Association of the Russian-Chinese
Business Council will continue at the 7th Eastern Economic Forum
(EEF), which will be held in Vladivostok on 5–8 September. The Forum is being
organized by the Roscongress Foundation.
latest news about preparations for the EEF 2022 is available on the
Forum’s official social media networks.
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