According to the source, six container trains each carrying 41 containers with milk powder and milk whey have already been sent to China. A total of ten trains have been sent to China since the project began in 2018. “We are now working with Meat & Dairy Company to send the first trainload of meat to China in November,” Andrei Sladkevich said.
Belarus Minister of Antitrust Regulation and Trade Vladimir Koltovich noted that cooperation between Belarus and China is of a strategic nature. He believes that the signing of the memorandum will give a new additional impetus to the Belarusian-Chinese cooperation
18.09.2019Belarus pavilion to open in Shanghai
MINSK – Belarus' Ambassador to China Kirill Rudy met with Greenland Group Executive Director Zhang Yun to discuss the possibilities of boosting supplies of Belarusian agricultural products with high added value to China, and the opening of a pavilion with Belarusian goods in Shanghai.
MINSK – A delegation of China's General Administration of Customs led by Deputy Director of Ningbo Customs Chaoyang Zhu has arrived in Belarus for an on-site inspection of Belarusian beet pulp producers
Representatives of the German private sector showed interest in the nascent cluster of automobile components in the industrial park. Projects to make supercapacitors, diesel engines, gearboxes, automobile glass, composite automobile components, land navigation devices, lidars, and other products are already being implemented in the park
The deputy minister reaffirmed the commitment of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to provide necessary assistance to state institutions and business entities of Guangdong Province to ensure their most effective interaction with Belarusian partners
First Deputy Chairwoman of the State Committee for Standardization Irina Osmola said that the current framework of bilateral agreements with Chinese partners help the subordinate organizations find points of common interest and develop cooperation
03.09.2019Chinese companies to buy raw materials, finished products via Belarusian commodity exchange
The Chinese guests were particularly interested in figures reflecting the BUCE trade with Chinese companies, especially those concerning export of timber products, agricultural products (mainly beef and poultry), logistics potential, mechanisms of setting prices at the exchange, and statistical and analytical information about trading at the BUCE
On behalf of the Chinese embassy in Belarus and the Chinese Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Cui Qiming thanked representatives of various Belarusian agencies for their enormous contribution to the development of cooperation in all areas.