Belarus to step up cooperation with China's Liaoning Province
06 July 2018
MINSK – Belarus intends to take cooperation with Liaoning Province, China to the next level, the press service of the Belarusian Economy Ministry told BelTA.
Belarusian Deputy Economy Minister Pavel Utyupin met with a Liaoning Province delegation on 5 July. A brief presentation of Liaoning Province was arranged during the meeting. The Chinese side expressed interest in buying Belarusian foods, promoting Belarusian products through digital platforms, and considering cooperation options within the framework of the China-Belarus industrial park Great Stone.
The Belarusian side said it is ready to establish and advance cooperation with companies located in Liaoning Province, including by means of their buying shares in Belarusian companies.
Liaoning Province is the most economically developed and richest province in China's northeast. The province is sometimes referred to as the Golden Triangle due to its important geographical position. Liaoning Province occupies 146,000km2 and is home to 43.7 million people. The gross regional product totaled $353 billion in 2017. Liaoning Province boasts well-developed petrochemical industry, metallurgy, food industry, textile industry, pulp and paper industry, and mechanical engineering.