The new facility of the Swiss partners will enable Belarus to once again asset itself as a country that produces high-tech and competitive goods.

The industrial park had been tasked with raising the number of resident companies up to 60 by the end of 2019. The task has been fulfilled. The family of the resident companies grew larger with OOO Hess Great Stone, a daughter enterprise of the Swiss company Carrosserie HESS AG

There are plans to host the Year of Belarusian Regions in China in 2020. In this respect the focus was made on the need to step up interregional cooperation and strengthen economic, cultural and tourism ties

“The Great Stone Industrial Park received FEMOZA Awards 2019 in the Fastest Growing Industrial Park nomination. The awards ceremony took place during the World Free and Special Economic Zones Summit in Monaco on 14 November,” said Kirill Koroteyev

The delegation of Minsk met with Shanghai's Changning District Governor Wang Lan to discuss ways to strengthen friendly ties between Changning District and Sovetsky District of Minsk.

The document will allow establishing a common market based on the principles of transparency, legitimacy and mutual benefits. It will also help strengthen mutually beneficial trade and economic ties.

“Four Belarusian sugar refineries have been accredited for export of beet pulp to China. Earlier we sold beet pulp through intermediaries, but from now on we will supply beet pulp to China directly. The Chinese market is huge and the demand is strong. I think that we will ship the first batches of beet pulp to China under direct contracts by the end of the year,” Igor Shustov said

Fertilizers will be made using Migao Corporation's technology by converting ammonium nitrate and potassium chloride. Potassium chloride made by the fourth mine administration and ammonium nitrate imported from Russia will be used as raw materials. The first batch of raw materials from Russia (700 tonnes) has already been dissolved and pumped into storage tanks

Five Belarusian poultry farms are accredited for export to China. These include Agrokombinat Dzerzhinsky, Vitebsk Broiler Poultry Factory, Poultry Plant Druzhba, Servolux, and Smolevichi Broiler. Moreover, 54 Belarusian dairy companies and two meat processing plants have been given a green light to export to China

At the end of the meeting the parties signed a protocol on quarantine requirements for Belarusian poultry. This protocol provides for the access for a broad range of poultry products to the Chinese market. The meeting took place during the 2nd China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus