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Business | Industry  | 13.01.23

Chinese Cars to Be Produced in Russia Under Lada Brand


The Head of AVTOVAZ, Maksim Sokolov, in a conversation with journalists, said that the production of Chinese cars under the Lada brand will be organized at the former Nissan plant in St. Petersburg. At the same time, it was previously known that companies from “friendly countries”, including China and Iran, will act as partners in

Visit | Trip Advisory  | 12.01.23

Russian Airline Resumed Flights to China After 3-Year Break


The Russian airline “Aurora” has resumed regular flights to China from Khabarovsk International Airport to the Chinese city of Harbin after a three-year break caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  It is noted that flights to China will be carried out by the carrier once a week, on Mondays, in the period from February 6 to

Dmitry Medvedev Met With Xi Jinping


Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, visited Beijing, where he met with President of the People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping.  “We discussed issues of interaction between the two ruling parties – between the ‘Communist Party of China’ and ‘United Russia’, discussed issues of bilateral interaction of our strategic partnership with China

New Railway Freight Route Opened Between Russia and China


The Consulate General of Russia in Harbin announced the opening of a new railway freight route between Russia and China.   “In early October, the first freight train to Moscow from the Chinese city of Tieling passed through the Zabaikalsk — Manchuria railway checkpoint. 50 containers with export goods with a total value of about 77

NATO Keeps Russia & China Cooperation in Arctic as a Threat


Deputy Speaker of the Federation Council of Russia, Konstantin Kosachev, said that the words of NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, that cooperation between Beijing and Moscow in the Arctic challenges the interests of the alliance are a direct threat to Russia.  Earlier, NATO Secretary General called the cooperation of Russia and China in the Arctic

Economics | Business  | 03.08.22

Moscow Stock Exchange Started Trading Bonds in Chinese Yuan


On August 3, the Moscow Exchange began trading bonds with settlements in Chinese yuan. The new instruments are aimed at the widest range of investors using the Chinese currency and financial products denominated in it.  The first securities available to investors were two issues of 5-year Rusal (Russian aluminum company, one of the world’s largest

Russia International | Trading  | 08.07.22

Russia Ensures Delivery Through Trade Routes With China and India


Russian companies regularly organize charters to ensure the delivery of much-needed goods, such as raw materials, to China and India, according to the industry insiders of the Global Times. Sources said the move was caused by ongoing disruptions due to Western sanctions.  Beijing and New Delhi opposed Western sanctions against Moscow and said they would continue

Business | Industry  | 07.06.22

Russia Changed Car Parts Supplier for LADA


Russian cars, UAZ and Lada, which, after the introduction of anti-Russian sanctions, stopped receiving an anti-lock braking system (ABS) from the ‘Bosch’ German company, will begin to receive deliveries from China.    Due to the acute shortage of automotive components, the production lines at AVTOVAZ went idle from time to time, starting at the beginning

Trading | Business  | 25.04.22

Demand for Russian Ice Cream Showed Increase on China Market


Chinese residents are trying to support Russia in the face of tough Western sanctions and are actively buying Russian products, including ice cream, according to a representative of Dmitrovsky Dairy Plant JSC (Svitlogorye trademark) in China, Olga Gubina.  According to Chinese media, after the strengthening of sanctions, sales of the Russian National Pavilion began to

Russia International | Trading  | 20.04.22

Russia Increased Coal Sales to China More Than Twice


In March, China increased imports of coking coal from Russia by more than twice compared to the same month in 2021. Russia sells fuel at a discount against the background of an embargo by a number of states, as Bloomberg reports.  According to Chinese customs data, in March, imports of Russian coking coal, which is

Russia and China Agreed to ‘Move Towards Multipolar World Order’


On Tuesday, March 29, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov held talks with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi. The communication of the foreign ministers took place in the Chinese city of Tunxi on the sidelines of the third conference of Afghanistan’s neighboring countries.  According to the Russian agency, “the conversation took place in a traditionally trusting