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Khabarovsk Krai's trade turnover with Germany in 2016 increased by 22% to $ 32 million - EastRussia | Far East






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The trade turnover of the Khabarovsk Territory with Germany in 2016g increased by 22% to $ 32 million

Khabarovsky Krai, despite its considerable geographic distance, is actively involved in Russian-German relations, following the results of 2016, the region's trade turnover with the FRG increased by 22% against the previous year and exceeded $ 32 million, the press service of the regional government said after the meeting of the first deputy chairman on investment issues and priority projects of Yuri Chaika with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Germany to Rüdiger von Fritsch.

Reportedly, the parties discussed the expansion of cooperation, including in the field of trade and investment. “We intend to expand the scope of interaction. Against the background of the implementation of a set of measures aimed at the accelerated development of the Far East (TOR, free port of Vanino), new business opportunities are opening up. In the region, as a result of the introduction of preferential regimes, a significant inflow of investment resources was registered. Taking this opportunity, I invite the representatives of German business to be more actively involved in the work on joint projects in the region, developing a long-term comprehensive partnership on a mutually beneficial basis, ”the words of Yury Chaika are reported.

Last week, on October 12, Russian President Vladimir Putin met with the leaders of the largest German concerns. The head of state emphasized that the FRG remains one of the important and promising partners of Russia in the international arena.