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Belarus' Mogilev Oblast, China's Jiangsu Province agree to step up cooperation in trade

Economy 09.11.2018 | 10:36

MINSK, 9 November (BelTA) - Belarus' Mogilev Oblast and China's Jiangsu Province agreed to take their trade and investment cooperation onto a new level, BelTA learned from Belarus' Consul General to Shanghai Valery Matsel.

“The expansion and diversification of supplies of Belarusian products to the Chinese market, the implementation of individual investment projects in Mogilev Oblast, the increasing export of Belarusian tourist services to China were in the spotlight of discussions during a meeting between Mogilev Oblast Governor Vladimir Domanevsky and Jiangsu Province Governor Wu Zhenglong. The heads of the twinned regions emphasized the successful implementation of the project to supply beef of the Mogilev meat-processing plant to the Chinese market, investment projects to grow flax and mushrooms in Mogilev Oblast, and also the operation of the traditional Chinese medicine center in Mogilev,” said Valery Matsel.

After the delegation visited the province's biggest retailer Suguo Supermarket, which includes about 1,800 stores, the parties reached an agreement on the delivery of dairy products of the Belarusian company Babushkina Krynka to China. It is planned that the first batch of milk will be delivered to China in February 2019.

The governors of Mogilev Oblast and Jiangsu Province emphasized the importance of interregional cooperation to boost bilateral economic cooperation and set a task to make the relations between Mogilev Oblast and Jiangsu an example to follow for other regions of Belarus and China.

Photo courtesy of Belarus' Consulate General in Shanghai

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