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Trump Ready for ‘a Lot of Trade’ with Russia after Putin Phone Call

  • 16 May 11:03

Trump Ready for ‘a Lot of Trade’ with Russia after Putin Phone Call U.S. President Donald Trump has said that he shares Vladimir Putin’s desire to improve trade ties between Russia and the U.S., after a lengthy phone conversation with his Russian counterpart earlier this month,Reutersreports. “We intend to do a lot of trade with Russia,” Trump told reporters at the White House. “We do some right now. It’s up a little bit. But [Putin would] like to do trade and we’d like to do trade.” Trump said he’ll meet with China’s Xi Jinping and Russia’s Vladimir Putin at theGroup of 20 summitin Japan in June. Putin’s foreign affairs advisersaidthe Kremlin is prepared to agree to any. Read more...

China-Russia Trade up Almost 10% in First Quarter of 2019

  • 22 Apr 10:50

China-Russia Trade up Almost 10% in First Quarter of 2019 Trade between China and Russia reached 164.8 billion yuan (24.2 billion U.S. dollars) in the first quarter of this year, up 9.8 percent compared with the same period last year, China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) has said, according toXinhua. Luo Weidong, director of Eurasian Affairs Department of the MOFCOM, said at the China Tianjin International Fair for Investment and Trade (CIFIT) that the country expects bilateral trade between the two countries to keep momentum in 2019. Trade between China and Russia surged in 2018, reaching $107.06 billion, a 27.1 year-on-year increase, according to MOFCOM. Chinese investment in Russia has expanded. Read more...

Global poultrymeat prices on the rise

  • 25 Mar 11:07

Global poultrymeat prices on the rise Global poultry prices may see an upward swing in 2019, as demand from China grows, and markets that have been in oversupply come into balance. Nan-Dirk Mulder, the author of the latest Rabobank poultry quarterly, says that with African Swine Fever decimating pig populations in China, consumers are seeking out poultrymeat as an alternative. He suggests pork production could be down 10%-20% in the country. Mr Mulder says in the reports that the past few quarters have been marked by major volatility because of a wide range of factors, including trade and disease restrictions and the US-China trade war. Production was particularly high in many markets including the US,. Read more...

Russian exports to China exceeded imports for the first time

  • 13 Feb 09:25

Russian exports to China exceeded imports for the first time The trade turnover between the two countries in 2018 for the first time exceeded $ 100 billion. Russia sold $ 56 billion worth of goods and bought it at $ 52 billion. Moreover, during autumn visit to the People's Republic of China, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said that the next goal was a trade turnover of $ 200 billion. Theoretically, this is a real task. But there is no confidence in its achievement, since everything depends on how the trade war between China and the US ends, said Alexander Dushkin, asset manager of the International Fund for Private Investment: “I think that the movement towards this figure is very realistic, since China is a producer. Read more...

The availability of pork is almost 100%, the poultry is expected to roll back

  • 10 Dec 11:16

The availability of pork is almost 100%, the poultry is expected to roll back In 2018, Russian meat production continued to increase. By the end of 2018 the increase may be 3-3.5%, or up to 350 thousand tons in slaughter weight. In the first nine months of 2018, the total meat production increased by 4.6% compared to the same period last year. Growth was also observed in poultry (+ 1.4%), in pork (+ 9.9%), and in beef (+ 6.9%), said Anna Kudryakova, leading expert of the Institute for Agricultural Market Studies (ICAR). According to the Director General of the National Union of Pig Producers (NSS) Yuri Kovalev, in the outgoing year the output of all types of meat will add 3-3.5%, or 350 thousand tons in slaughter weight. About 10.6 million tons. Read more...

Goals, resources and results from Russia's trade wars

  • 16 Nov 06:57

Goals, resources and results from Russia's trade wars Conflicts can be solved diplomatically, militarily or economically. Russia has had disputes with Turkey over tourism and Egypt over wheat exports. The Kremlin has even fought economic battles over fruits and vegetables. Moscow has criticized the West for its economic sanctions against Russia.But the Kremlin has demonstrated it is also willing to use an economic weapon: the embargo. The latest example came in a dispute over Russian wheat exports to Egypt, which over the past year has represented the most important foreign market for Russian grain. International standards allow up to 0.05 percent of the crop to contain ergot fungus. In 2016, Cairo. Read more...

Russia-China trade target of $200 bln feasible– Lavrov

  • 31 May 15:44

Foreign minister says current problems are temporary and subjective. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. Source: AP Russia deems the goal of raising the trade turnover with China to $200 billion to be feasible despite the economic circumstances, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on May 31. "The achievement of the task of raising the bilateral trade turnover to $200 billion by 2020, which has been set by the national leaders, is on the agenda," he said at a Russian-Chinese conference of the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) in Moscow. "Some may say that this goal is too big, given the circumstances, but I am sure. Read more...

Sino-Russian trade decreases by 29 percent in 2015

  • 11 Nov 09:52

Sino-Russian trade decreases by 29 percent in 2015 Bilateral trade touched $55.9 billion in first ten months of 2015 Bilateral trade touched $55.9 billion in first ten months of 2015. Source: Reuters Sino-Russian bilateral trade in the first ten months of 2015 touched $55.9 billion, a fall of 29 percent from the same period a year ago. From January to October 2015, China’s exports to Russia stood at $28.46 billion, a fall of 35.7 percent from a year ago, while Imports from Russia fell by 20.7 percent and stood at $27.45 billion. The figures were released by China's Customs authorities on November 9. Analysts attribute the fall to. Read more...

Thai companies keen to invest in Russian Far East

  • 11 Nov 09:52

Thai companies keen to invest in Russian Far East Sombat Thiratrakoolchai, President of the Thai-Russian Chamber of Commerce (TRCC) talks to RBTH about the potential for bilateral trade and two-way investment between Russia and Thailand. Russia, Thailand planning to boost trade turnover from $5 billion to $10 billion by 2016. Source: Sergey Krasnouhov / RIA Novosti RBTH: When it comes to Russia-Thailand cooperation, what are the main challenges? The challenges at this point are the sluggish world economic outlook and the devaluation of the ruble due to low oil and gas prices. Tourist numbers from Russia to Thailand have fallen by half. I personally believe it will take few years to come back to a situation where. Read more...