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Expo in Harbin - for cooperation of China's provinces and the Tyumen region

Expo in Harbin - for cooperation of China's provinces and the Tyumen region
12 October 2015
October 11, 2015 in Harbin, People's Republic of China launched a program of the Second Russian-Chinese Expo.
According to preliminary estimates, Expo will bring together 1279 companies and organizations. The total number of exhibitors will be about 10 thousand people, of which about 4 million from the Russian Federation.
Second Russian-Chinese Expo will be held October 12-16 in Harbin. Among the participants are representatives from a number of Russian regions, including the Tyumen region.
October 12, 2015 in the framework of the event "Day of Russian regions" was held presentation of investment and industrial potential of the Tyumen region. Speaker - Deputy Director of Department of Investment Policy and State Support of Entrepreneurship of the Tyumen region Andrei Sanosyan.
Particular emphasis in the presentation was made on the development of the following areas, which are now mutually interesting and beneficial for further development of cooperation between China and the Tyumen region. First of all, it is:
- Seek opportunities of cooperation in oil and gas engineering, instrumentation, and oilfield services;
- Joint work in the sphere of production of construction materials;
- The construction of logistics and exhibition centers;
- Cooperation in the field of spa, educational and business tourism;
- Implementation of joint educational programs on university and training, including training courses for adults, as well as the exchange of scientific and technical information;
- Cooperation in the pharmaceutical and medical fields.
The government of the Tyumen region is ready to offer Chinese partners more than forty investment projects to be implemented in our region.
Direct dialogue representatives of the Government of the Tyumen region with officials and businessmen in China - a good incentive for the development of new foreign economic relations and mutually beneficial cooperation.

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