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Chinese businessmen on the prospects for the development of bilateral cooperation
A few days ago, a meeting of Chinese and Russian businessmen took place, among whom were the heads of branches of large companies, including the world leaders in the production of industrial and construction equipment Zumlion and the Dongfeng automobile concern. The negotiations were organized by the Chinese Embassy and the Union of Chinese Entrepreneurs in Russia.
According to RIA Novosti, Tsai Guizu, President of the Union of Chinese Entrepreneurs in Russia, noted during the meeting: “An economic winter has come to Russia, and this will inevitably affect the business of Chinese enterprises. Sales decrease, profits decrease. However, we must view the crisis as a chance for further development. Western sanctions are forcing Russia to accelerate reforms and change the structure of the economy. This gives us many opportunities, we just have to wait out the hard times. "
For Kou Xuiguan, CEO of Hawail Motor Rus, the company's current goal is to create a solid foundation for the implementation of the company's long-term plans: “During this difficult period, we decided to increase the company's competitiveness. This includes introducing new quality standards in the system of car sales and service, as well as creating an image of a reliable brand. The economic crisis will end sooner or later, so we hope for future successes. "
Wang Peng, general director of the Russian branch of the Dongfeng Motor automobile company, sees other ways out: “To minimize the consequences of the crisis and the fall of the ruble, our company intends to organize its own assembly of cars and the production of spare parts in Russia. We will also invite Russian specialists to workshops and factories ", - explained the general director.
Li Qi, General Manager of the Russian branch of Zumlion, indicated that even though “Last year our company suffered losses on the Russian market, but this did not fundamentally change our plans. Russia remains a priority for us. We are confident that the situation will stabilize. "