“We don't have such rapid development even with our neighbors,” Yelena Perminova stressed. “China has become our third trade and economic partner. Foreign direct investments from this country have increased by 200 times over the last ten years.”
Belarus ships goods to China mainly by sea, but aims to increase shipments by rail. Since late 2018, Belarus has sent eight container trains laden with Belarusian dairy products to China. The countries are negotiating supplying Belarusian beef and poultry to China via the Silk Road railway
23.08.2019Plans to arrange Belarus-China transboundary digital trade forum in Qingdao on 10 September
The forum's organization and other things were discussed as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to China Kirill Rudy met with Deputy Secretary General of the China Association of Trade in Services (CATIS) Tian Guofeng on 22 August
19.08.2019Belarus' new pavilion in China's Chengdu to strengthen business partnership between states
The Belarusian National Pavilion will open in the free economic zone of Chengdu, Sichuan Province in November 2019. Nearby are two biggest markets of Western China and a railway terminal where trains from Belarus come. Mir Castle has been chosen as a design for the Belarusian pavilion which will serve as a permanent exhibiting platform for Belarusian companies
Valery Matsel informed Wang Hongwei about the way Belarusian enterprises and organizations are gearing up for such a large-scale event
In Q1 2019, the region raised more than $70 million in foreign investments. Of them more than $37 millions were direct investments from China, with $17 millions on a net basis.
In order to facilitate the sale of Belarusian products on the Chinese market, Belarus is going to set up a national pavilion in the expo complex of the corporation in Shanghai and to open a restaurant of Belarusian cuisine
The matter was discussed at the meeting of Belarus' Consul General in Shanghai Valery Matsel with top executives of Jiangsu-based companies JOC and Suguo Supermarket.
As of today, Belarus operates two general consulates in China: one is located in Guangzhou and the other in Shanghai.
“The mutual recognition will give a number of preferences to the economic operators having a respective status. One of such preferences is fast customs clearance, including customs procedures related to the issue of goods and customs control,” the State Customs Committee informed