Chinese representatives discuss investments and legislation harmonization

Chinese representatives discuss investments and legislation harmonization

China is interested in setting up the largest technopark in the world abroad. The realization of the project and its perspectives were discussed in Minsk on May 6, 2017. Authority representatives, diplomats, both Belarusian and Chinese businessmen, who work in Belarus, gathered for a roundtable discussion.

Experts say that the main task for now is

to fulfill the industrial park Great Stone with certain projects and create conditions for investors. Work in this direction is being carried out.

Nevertheless, questions remain.

For instance, Belarus is interested in direct Chinese investments, rather than in credit lines.

In their turn Asian partners are for legislation harmonization.

Sergei Rakhmanov, Chairman of the Standing Commission on International Affairs and National Security, Council of the Republic:
Belarus And China have a high level of relations in political sphere, in exchange in the economy sector. However, Belarus wants more. The large economic projects Silk Way is being realized at the moment. Belarus plays a significant role in it. Issues are discussed taking into consideration that

the largest Chinese technopark is being built on the territory of Belarus, the Belarusian Chinse technopark.

Cui Qiming, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of China to Belarus:
China’s representatives and business highly appreciate Belarus’ investment climate and atmosphere. All in all Belarusian legislation has great success and accomplishments in the process of investments from different countries, including from China.

Meanwhile, the press tour of Chinese journalists in Belarus is coming to an end.

The guests from China were expected to visit Khatyn and the Stalin Line memorial complexes on May 6, 2017 just before Victory Day.