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Khabarovsk company concluded an agreement on the export of fertilizers to China

"Far Eastern Peat Company" during the IV Russian-Chinese Expo has concluded a distribution agreement for the supply of organic fertilizers to China, the press service of the Khabarovsk Krai Government said on Thursday. Under a five-year agreement, the Chinese company will purchase both ready-made fertilizers and semi-finished products for its own production.

"We offered advanced technology to the Chinese side. Currently, China has a problem - in many provinces the agricultural land has become "poor". In their soil there is not enough carbon, and fertilizers, created on the basis of natural peat, make up for its shortage. Therefore, they were so interested in our developments, "- commented the director of the" Far Eastern Peat Company "Alexander Timofeev. The price of the contract was not disclosed. Deliveries under the contract will begin in a month.

As reported, in the 15-19 June held in Harbin, the forum was presented by 25 companies of small and medium-sized businesses from the Khabarovsk Territory. According to preliminary estimates, the amount of their contracts with Chinese counterparties may reach $ 1 million. According to the head of the regional Center for Export Support and Development Ivan Sukhanov, given in the message, from the perspective of Chinese business the most promising for cooperation are high-tech industries and the food industry.
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