29.05.2013Belarusian businessmen to visit China
The Minsk office of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) organizes a business trip to China on 15-21 June, BelTA learnt from the BCCI Office in Minsk.
Minsk Oblast saw an 11-time increase (to $175 million) in its exports to China in January-March 2013, Minsk Oblast Governor Boris Batura said as he met with a delegation from Guangdong Province, the People’s Republic of China, on 27 May.
The Days of Guangdong Province in Minsk Oblast have opened in the Pushkin Library of Minsk, BelTA has learnt.
A business forum involving businessmen from Guangdong Province, China will take place in Minsk in June. The information was released by Chairman of the Minsk Oblast Executive Committee Boris Batura at the meeting with the Guangdong Province delegation on 27 May, BelTA has learned.
Belarusian-Chinese cars Geely will be put on sale in Russia in June, head of the sales and service division at BelGee Alexei Krichmar told reporters answering a question of a BelTA journalist on 23 May.
The cost of the factory to make Belarusian-Chinese cars will be revised upwards, Director of SZAO BelGee Dmitry Batrakov told BelTA on 23 May.
Belarus and China will step up the cooperation in the fight against legalization of illegal financial gains. The agreement was reached in a meeting between Alexander Yakobson, Chairman of Belarusian State Control Committee, and Liu Zhengming, Deputy Director-General of the Anti-Money Laundering Bureau of the People's Bank of China, in Minsk on 21 May.
Belarus attaches much importance to the development of military and technical cooperation with the People’s Republic of China, which is a strategic partner of Belarus in Southeast Asia. The statement was made by Acting Chairman of the State Defense Industries Committee of Belarus Igor Bykov as he met with Colonel-General Xu Qiliang, Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission of the People’s Republic of China, on 18 May, representatives of the State Defense Industries Committee told BelTA.
17.05.2013Belarus seeks closer ties with China
Belarus is keen on expanding all-round cooperation with China, Prime Minister of Belarus Mikhail Myasnikovich said as he met with member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission of China Colonel General Xu Qiliang on 17 May, BelTA has learnt.
The official visit of the PRC delegation led by Colonel-General Xu Qiliang, a member of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission of the People’s Republic of China, to Belarus indicates the intention to continue the work aimed at strengthening and expanding the bilateral cooperation between the peoples, countries, and armed forces of China and Belarus.