Turnover between Belarus and China rose more than 60% on the year in January-August to $797,7mln.

26 October 2007

Turnover between  Belarus and China rose 60,7% on the year to $797,7mln.Export  went up $325,4mln(up to 57,2%), import -$472,3mln(up to 63,2%).The press-service  of  the State Control Committee reported to a Belta journalist the day before the 9th session of the Belarussian-Chinese bilateral commission for trade and economic cooperation.

It will be held on the 26th of October.In the session  led by the head of the State Control Committee of Belarus Zenon Lomat and   deputy trade minister of China Yui Guanzhou is expected to discuss different questions in social and economic development both countries,credit-investment collaboration and perspectives of  the mutual trade.

Also in the session will take part the heads of the different belarussian ministers such as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,Ministry of Trade,the representatives of the National Bank and others.

It is planned that in the session from the chinese will take part the representatives of large communication corporations,various enterprises of electric appliances branch.

The Belarussian-Chinese commission was founded in 1922.The main aim is to enlarge two-way trade-economical collaboration and define the major ways of realization common projects.

According to the statement of the SCC,the main outcomes of the session’ s activity were the increasing of two-way trade,diversification and incentives of  the belarussians suppliers.At present China is one of the main foreign trade partner took the 5th place in export and turnover,and the third one in import abroad.
In 2006 two-way turnover overcame $1bln.

In China there are a lot of  offices  represent different belarussian  companies as «Belneftehim», Belarus Trade and Industry Chamber,ОАО «Belarusbank».There is an office of ЗАО «Belarussian Potassium Company» in Peking.Moreover,there are offices of MTZ, ПО «Gomselmash» in the western China(t.Urumchi).   


Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus