Using the geopolitical and geo-economic reality for the development of the Russian economy
We need to understand global trends that we see now, especially in the global economy. This applies to trade wars and currency wars between the US and Europe, the US and China — Andrey Guryev, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Management Board, PhosAgro .
We now see that the US is its own best friend. What can Russia do about it? What we do best: offer the best products, services and technological solutions. To keep everyone happy — Andrey Guryev, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Management Board, PhosAgro .
Some of the space that the US backtracked from […] allowed an opportunity for Russia and its businesses to do more — Shiv Vikram Khemka, Vice Chairman, SUN Group.
Russia is extremely well positioned, and it may take advantage of this position to ride the tremendous growth in the [Asian] region. […] Russia has a large role to play, not only in terms of transportation linkages with Asia and Western Europe, but also in terms of raw materials and many other things — Shiv Vikram Khemka, Vice Chairman, SUN Group.
Speaking of the fast-developing countries, such as Bangladesh and Pakistan, those are exactly the markets that we should bet on, particularly in some industries. First of all, it is agriculture, and today subsidies are being allocated for the agricultural development in the Russian Far East, in Khabarovsk and Vladivostok. Chinese companies are also interested, and there are several questions about legislation now on how Russian meat can be exported to China — Andrey Guryev, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Management Board, PhosAgro .
I think, we now come to economic cold war, rather than geopolitical cold war. That means China must find other sources to get help […] Of course, Russia is one of the choices, and we understand that Russia may become one of the important sources of technology. Russia excels at military technology, but there are also dual-use technologies — Huang Shan, Deputy Editor, Caixin.
We always look for new opportunities in our business, and we try to identify new emerging trends. The longest border is between Russia and China, most of the food products from Latin America and the US comeacross this border. The first thing we can do tomorrow is to work on that — Andrey Guryev, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Management Board, PhosAgro .