Russia and China seem to be natural partners for each other. The first country is the largest gas and the second-largest crude-oil producer in the world. The latter is badly in need of raw resources and supplies for its rapidly growing export industries. Trade relations between both countries are growing indeed, though both sides activities in terms of direct investments remains limited.
Cultural difference’s might be one reason for that, but probably even more it might be a lack of information: Merely few investors outside Eastern Europe are aware of the advantages the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) provides, a Russian initiative to increase trade-volumes of this region. Conversely, the Russians are rather unfamiliar with Beijing’s trade-developing initiative – the Silk Road Economic Belt (SREB). How could both projects be linked together? What could be done to enhance the economic cooperation between these two potential economic powerhouses?
Creon Capital actively supports the dialogue between Russia and China. In September the investment firm is going to host an exclusive event in Beijing that will be attended by high-ranking decision-makers of leading chemical companies from both countries. From May 29th until May 30th, Creon Group will be hosting an international conference on China together with the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) and the Russia-China Friendship Organization. “Russia and China: Taking on a New Quality in Bilateral Relations” is the topic of the conference in Moscow. Dr. Fares Kilzie, Iris Arbel and Florian Willershausen will contribute to the event with their presentations.
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