According to Dmitry Mironchik, the Belarusian delegation led by First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Andrei Yeudachenka, as well as representatives of more than 100 countries are in Dubai on 19-20 October discussing the organization of the expo.
The economy minister said that in the current five-year term Belarus will have to implement over 80 major investment projects worth about $30 billion, including $16 billion as external ones. China alone has set aside $7 billion for Belarus.
In his words, preliminary negotiations on buying seven harvesters took place in France during the Belarusian-French-African business forum, which was dedicated to the presentation of the Belarusian mechanical engineering industry.
Andrei Dapkiunas met with the leadership of the BelAZ trading house and the Indonesian partner company. The parties discussed the status of the project to supply 40 hauler trucks to Indonesia and the prospects for new deliveries of Belarusian equipment.
Mogilev will set up an Indian culture center and will join the International Yoga Day in 2018, Mogilev Oblast governor Vladimir Domanevsky said as he met with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India to Belarus Pankaj Saxena.
“I wouldn't like to say we will be able to reach $10 billion in the current five-year term but I'd like to note that we can increase the reserves by $1-1.5 billion per annum on a healthy footing,” said Chairman of the Board of the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus (NBRB) Pavel Kallaur.
“Digital technologies have a great future. In this respect, the NBRB will keep working on the legal, methodological, and technological groundwork for digital transformation of the banking sector. We are open for discussion of any proposals on introducing innovative technologies in banking,” Pavel Kallaur noted.
“We have chosen Minsk Tractor Works (MTZ trademark) after the analysis of all proposals on the market. This is a big manufacturer of reliable equipment with huge experience. We would like to use this experience in our country,” Sturdy Mwale said.