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A conference on the cooperation of the Far East with the countries of the Asia-Pacific Region

A conference on trade, economic and investment cooperation between Russia and the Asia-Pacific countries was held at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, according to the official website of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East. The event was attended by Vice-President of the RF CCI Georgy Petrov, President of the Confederation of the CCI of the APR Countries (CACCI) Benedikto Yuviko, Ambassador Victor Tseng, RF Deputy Minister for the Development of the Far East Maxim Shereikin, representatives of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives, the Russia-ASEAN Business Council and a number of others business councils - the press service of the Ministry for the Development of the Far East reports.

In his speech, the Deputy Head of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development, Maxim Shereykin, emphasized that the Russian Far East is capable of providing foreign investors with competitive business conditions.

“The ministry is actively working to improve the situation with the investment climate in the Far East. And the main mechanism for the implementation of these tasks is the creation of special economic zones of a new type, the so-called territories of advanced development, ”said Maxim Shereykin.

The Deputy Minister emphasized that the Far East has no other way to develop, except for integration with the APR countries. To achieve this goal, many key decisions are made at the level of the government of the Russian Federation, among them the formation of tools for successful participation in the competition for investments for the Far East.

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