There are now 33 resident companies from eight countries in the China-Belarus industrial park Great Stone. Their number is expected to reach at least 40 by the end of the year. The core business of the resident companies includes electronics, mechanical engineering, pharmaceutics, and new materials

As of 11 April 2018, there were 31 resident companies in the industrial park with the total volume of investment pledges around $500 million. Three companies have started the construction, another ten are now conducting survey and design works

 Belarus is an important partner for China and maintained good friendly relations with China at a time when China was not such an economically powerful country

During the two-day session experts from seven countries: China, Belarus, Germany, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Poland and Russia will be working in subgroups to discuss transportation, marketing, and information interaction

Minsk played host to the talks between Belarusian Railways and DHL Global Forwarding China, an international division of DHL, the global market leader in the logistics industry. The meeting was attended by Belarusian Railways head Vladimir Morozov, CEO of DHL Global Forwarding Asia Pacific Kelvin Leung, Chief Executive Officer of Greater China at DHL Global Forwarding Inc. Steve Huang and Zafer Engin, Head of Value Added Services, DHL Global Forwarding China

It is not easy to enter the Chinese market. To coordinate the work, Belarus and China are setting up a joint venture in Shanghai, which will operate the supplies of Belarusian products to the Chinese market

Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Anatoly Kalinin met with Chief Executive Officer of SZAO Industrial Park Development Company Hu Zheng at premises of the Council of Ministers. The sides discussed topical aspects of development of the China-Belarus industrial park Great Stone

Hubei Province shows interest in joint projects with the Belarusian business in the fields of engineering, transport, metallurgy, and laser equipment. An example of successful partnership with Belarus in the industrial sector was the establishment of the joint venture Volat-Sanjiang, which specializes in the production of hydraulic equipment

Hunan Province maintains tight cooperation with Mogilev Region. A Belarusian-Chinese joint venture to produce construction machines and utility vehicles has been established in the free economic zone Mogilev. Zoomlion Company is the Chinese partner in the joint venture

The sides discussed a joint project to build a plant for special vehicles in the Belarus-China industrial park Great Stone. The project is estimated at $30 million. The plant will produce construction, utility, and agricultural vehicles

The event drew together about 120 companies from Sichuan Province, Shandong Province, Liaoning Province, Beijing, and other regions of China. Belarusian Deputy Economy Minister Pavel Utyupin gave a presentation on the investment opprtunities of Belarus for businessmen from Sichuan Province

The park has already included a business center, a trade and exhibition complex, warehouses and a hotel. The construction of a business incubator will be launched in June 2018. The center will promote innovative startup projects

The transit of goods is the most important resource of the country's economy. About 100 million tonnes of cargo are transported through Belarus each year, which does not meet even a half of the real carrying capacity of the Belarusian railways

The information was posted on the website following the negotiations between Chairman of Amkodor Board of Directors Alexander Shakutin, CITIC Group President Wang Jiong, and Chairman of CITIC Construction Chen Xiaojia in Beijing

In early 2017 Belarus’ government drew up a list of 22 Belarusian companies that could potentially sell a stake to Chinese investors. The document specified the requirements and conditions for Chinese investors to fulfill in order to enter into the shareholding structure of each particular Belarusian company enlisted

In 2017 the China-EU-China route saw 245,400 containers (up 74% from 2016) shipped. In 2018 container shipping on the route is expected to go up by 30% as against 2017 to make up more than 300,000 containers

The first batch of frozen meat was shipped to China on 27 January. The meat was carved and packed in line with the Chinese requirements. The products are expected to hit the Chinese store shelves at the end of this week or in the beginning of the next one

The shop is named Valosha; it sells Belarusian products which are in demand in China: milk, cheese, meat, vegetable oil, flour, chocolate, and alcoholic drinks

Some Chinese companies have expressed interest and have already taken concrete steps to invest in the agricultural sector of Belarus, keeping in mind the subsequent export of agricultural products to China

Speaking about the bilateral relations between Belarus and China in general, Belarus' Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Makei expressed confidence that they would continue developing progressively and dynamically, while the cooperation in the context of the Silk Road Economic Belt initiative would get a new impetus

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