In early 2017 Belarus’ government drew up a list of 22 Belarusian companies that could potentially sell a stake to Chinese investors. The document specified the requirements and conditions for Chinese investors to fulfill in order to enter into the shareholding structure of each particular Belarusian company enlisted

In 2017 the China-EU-China route saw 245,400 containers (up 74% from 2016) shipped. In 2018 container shipping on the route is expected to go up by 30% as against 2017 to make up more than 300,000 containers

The first batch of frozen meat was shipped to China on 27 January. The meat was carved and packed in line with the Chinese requirements. The products are expected to hit the Chinese store shelves at the end of this week or in the beginning of the next one

The shop is named Valosha; it sells Belarusian products which are in demand in China: milk, cheese, meat, vegetable oil, flour, chocolate, and alcoholic drinks

Some Chinese companies have expressed interest and have already taken concrete steps to invest in the agricultural sector of Belarus, keeping in mind the subsequent export of agricultural products to China

Speaking about the bilateral relations between Belarus and China in general, Belarus' Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Makei expressed confidence that they would continue developing progressively and dynamically, while the cooperation in the context of the Silk Road Economic Belt initiative would get a new impetus

Two new resident companies were registered in the park on 3 January 2018. One will specialize in composite structures while the other one will focus on film coating technologies for automobile industry

A Belarus-China trading house will be registered in the Shanghai free trade zone. It will promote a wide range of Belarusian food products in China

Meat Dairy Company and China's DRex Food Group Co., Ltd have inked an agreement to supply 1,000 tonnes of Belarusian beef and 1,000 tonnes of poultry

Belarus and China have agreed to set up a second joint design institute. The matter was considered at a meeting to discuss the construction of facilities at the China-Belarus industrial park Great Stone. The meeting was hosted by Belarus' Vice Premier Anatoly Kalinin

The matter was discussed at the meeting between Belarus' Deputy Economy Minister Dmitry Matusevich and a delegation from Jiangxi Province led by Deputy Chairman of the People's Political Consultative Conference (Jiangxi Province) Yao Yaping

Belarus’ government has been supporting Grodno Azot by letting buy natural gas at a lower price - $170 per 1,000 cubic metres. In 2018 and later the gas price for Grodno Azot will stand at $150, so that the company could invest more in production development

The Chinese company also talked about the plans for 2018 on new projects which contracts were signed. The parties discussed other promising areas of cooperation

Members of the Belarusian delegation met with representatives of the Liaoning Province administration and representatives of major Chinese companies. Arrangements on future cooperation were made. Bilateral documents were signed

The full text of the agreement was published on Belarus’ National Legal Internet Portal on Dec 15

The contracts were signed during an agricultural fair in China’s Guangzhou. The fair was organized by Belarus’ Embassy in China

This result was achieved thanks to the well-coordinated work of the Agriculture and Food Ministry, the Belarusian Embassy in China and Chinese food security experts, the Chinese side noted during the talks. Currently, China is the world's largest importer of beef. Last year the Chinese beef import was estimated at $2.6 billion

Russia, Kazakhstan, and other countries have greenlighted the sales and use of the utility vehicles made by Belarusian MAZ in association with the automobile giant Zoomlion. The 25-tonne automobile crane ZMC-25 has been recognized as compliant with technical regulations and has been approved as matching the relevant vehicle type

The company's First Deputy Director Leonid Shklyar said: “We've agreed to deliver 200 tonnes of newsprint to Chinese partners every month although they are ready to buy the entire volume we make. But from the point of view of economic security we cannot agree to this. This is why we try to balance foreign trade and put persistent efforts into export diversification.”

GrodnoInvest and CGICOP signed a relevant memorandum of cooperation on Nov 29, 2017. The parties are currently developing a business plan, with no further details disclosed

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