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Russian-Chinese business forum on investment management opens in Vladivostok
Hundreds of entrepreneurs from Russia and China participate in the business forum on investment management, which opened today in Vladivostok, the press service of the Primorsky Territory Administration reported.
"This year, the number of Chinese delegates has almost tripled, the list of activities of participating companies has expanded significantly," said Alexei Starichkov, director of the Department of International Cooperation and Tourism Development of Primorye, whose words are quoted in the message.
Primorsky companies also showed a high interest in the forum, more than 200 Russian representatives are expected to participate in business negotiations, Starychkov added.
The forum "Investment Management and Exchange between Enterprises: Heilongjiang Province - Primorsky Krai" is attended by about 400 representatives of business and government bodies of Primorye and the Chinese province of Heilongjiang. China is represented by businessmen and heads of commerce departments of the cities of Heihe, Jiamusi, Hegang, Jixi, Hulin, Mishan, Qitaihe, Qiqihar and Dongning county, who are interested in establishing trade, economic and investment cooperation with Primorsky Krai in the field of agriculture, food production, forestry, woodworking and in other areas.
Within the framework of the forum, lectures will be given on the areas of advanced development in the Far East, the investment potential of Primorsky Krai, the aspects of conducting business in Russia with foreign participation.
Participants will be told about the socio-economic development program of the Primorsky Territory at 2013-2017.
On Thursday, it is planned to present opportunities for cooperation with China in the field of agriculture and food industry, forestry and woodworking industry. Also, business negotiations will be held in the format b2b between entrepreneurs and organizations of Primorye and China.
Governor of Heilongjiang Province of China Lu Hao in April at a meeting with the head of the Primorsky Territory V. Miklushevsky noted the interest of Chinese entrepreneurs in the economic projects of the province.
“I know that the heads of large enterprises in China have a desire to do business in the province. Many need only to learn a little more about the preferential policy for attracting investments, conducted here,” Lu Hao said earlier.