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Foreign Investment

Vietnam Dairy To Invest In Livestock Farming & Milk Production In Primorsky Krai

Eurasian Economic Union, Foreign Investment

Vietnam’s TH Group has begun construction of a livestock complex for a total population of 10,000 cows in the Yakovlevsky district of Primorsky Krai (Province) with commissioning scheduled for 2027, the Russian Far East and Arctic Development Corporation has reported. The project is being implemented by TH Rus Primorsky LLC, a resident of the Mikhailovsky […]

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Sri Lanka’s Hambantota Airport To Be Jointly India-Russia Managed

BRICS, Foreign Investment, Infrastructure, Trade

The Sri Lankan authorities have decided to transfer the management of the southern Mattal Rajapaksa International Airport (MRIA) in Hambantota to the Russian airport management company AR Regional Airports and India’s Shauraya Aeronautics. MRIA is one of three international airports in Sri Lanka and was built to offset pressure at the main airport in the

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Russia’s Special Administrative Regions Gain Offshore Investment Interest

Foreign Investment, Infrastructure, Investment, Trade

The number of new companies registered in the Special Administrative Regions (SAR) on Russky Island in Vladivostok, and Oktyabrsky island in Kaliningrad exceeded 400 in April, with the registration of new residents indicating the continuing interest in re-domiciliation into Russia’s legal jurisdiction. The SAR’s offer specific benefits not available on the Russian mainland, including lower

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Norilsk Nickel Relocates Copper Smelting Division To China

China, Foreign Investment, Trade

Norilsk Nickel, the metals group controlled by Russia’s richest man Vladimir Potanin, will move some copper smelting production from its home country to China, as western sanctions restrict access to key pieces of equipment and cut profitability, the Financial Times reports. Potanin said that the mining major plans to relocate its copper smelting capacity at

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Russia’s Pivot To Asia – Complimentary Download

Economy, Foreign Investment, Miscellaneous, Trade

Our much-praised Russia’s Pivot To Asia PDF Guide is now available for download. This comprehensive book contains details of Russia’s trade and development with over 80 countries as well as analysis on new supply chain routes, trade agreements, and Russia’s involvement with the BRICS, EAEU, SCO and Belt & Road Initiative. Contents include: Russia &

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Russian Car-Sharing Service Opens Sourcing Office In Shanghai

China, Foreign Investment, Trade

The auto fleet servicing subsidiary of Russian carsharing service Delimobil , Smart Mobility Management LLC (SMM) opened an office in China this year for direct purchases of spare parts, the company reported in notes to its financial statements for 2023. The office was opened in Shanghai to “look for new counterparties, partners, investors and establish

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Macron Gets Aggressive As France Seeks Revenge For Niger & Mali Exits

Foreign Investment, Trade

Update: April 13, 2024: French Foreign Legion arrives in Ukraine The first group of French Foreign Legion mercenaries have arrived at the Ukrainian military HQ in Slavyansk in Donetsk, according to the Telegram channel Military Chronicle. An initial group of 100 soldiers have arrived in the city, which is controlled by Kiev. It includes artillery

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Top EU Court Rules In Favour Of Returning Sanctioned Russian Assets

Economy, Finance, Foreign Investment

EU sanctions mechanism “was not legally transparent” In a case that may lead to unprecedented legal claims in the EU, a top EU court has annulled sanctions against billionaires Mikhail Fridman and Petr Aven, finding there was insufficient evidence the two oligarchs backed Russia’s conflict against Ukraine. The EU’s General Court concluded that the EU

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