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A. Dvorkovich: We are interested in attracting investments from China to our agriculture

Russia intends to increase exports to China of grain, as well as meat and dairy products. This was stated by Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich at a roundtable at the SPIEF dedicated to Russian-Chinese economic cooperation.

"We have significant areas of unused agricultural land in Russia. We are interested in attracting investments from the PRC in our agriculture and in increasing exports of agricultural products from Russia to China. We are talking about both grain and meat and dairy products," said the Deputy Prime Minister.

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