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The first Forum on the supply of fruits, vegetables and meat products from China to Russia will be held

In the largest border city on the Chinese-Russian border of Suifenhe (Heilongjiang Province in Northeast China) will open the first Forum on the supply of fruits, vegetables and meat products from China to Russia, reports Xinhua News Agency. The event will provide great opportunities for buyers and expand the scale of export of products to Russia. The forum will be held from 17 on 20 October.

According to the responsible officer of the city's Commerce Department, more than 200 representatives and heads of customs administrations, quarantine control, railway agencies, associations of fruit, vegetable and meat producers from China and Russia will take part in the forum. The main discussions will be held around the issues of supplies, transportation, customs clearance of these products. At the forum, the leaders of the departments of China and Russia will be able to discuss the issues of import standards, customs control, and entrepreneurs of the two countries will face to face how to create a solid base of importing products in the city.

Agricultural products from the Chinese provinces of Shanxi, Hebei, Liaoning, Hubei and Hunan arrive at the Suifenhe crossing. The total volume of agricultural products exported during the period from 1998 to 2013 year amounted to 808 million US dollars. The export of agricultural products to Russia from the checkpoint for the period January-August 2014 grew by 32,14 percent compared to the same period last year and reached 47,32 million US dollars.

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