Russia increasingly investing in Asia as US & EU trade uncertainty remains Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis The new Chinese Ambassador to Russia, Zhang Hanhui has told reporters that he expects Russia-Chinese bilateral trade to increase to US$200 billion by 2024. That is close to double the current trade volume. Ambassador Zhang had previously been based in[…..]
Which cities will benefit from being along the shortest route between China and Europe? Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis Russian Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev has given the go-ahead to build a new toll motorway stretching just over 2000 km through some of the more remote areas of the country – acting as a “Moscow bypass” between[…..]
In this article, we explain the import and customs duties procedures in Russia.
Double tax treaties are useful instruments for foreign investors or trade businesses to avoid being taxed in two countries and mitigate tax liability.
British business is looking at other markets. One of them, despite the political coldness between London and Moscow, is the Russian market.
The Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade have announced that Chinese and Indian companies are investing millions of dollars in the Klyuchevskoye Gold Depots.
Asia is booming and Russia needs new export markets – China, the ASEAN nations, and India are prominent destinations for Russian investments this year.
Russia has sold off US$77 billion of its US Treasury Bonds, and in future will be investing in IMF securities and gold.
Dezan Shira & Associates, specializing in assisting foreign investors in Asia, have joined the Russo-British Chamber of Commerce (RBCC).
Russia is planning two offshore financial centers with special legal systems in the Kaliningrad Region and the Vladivostok in Russia’s Far Eastern Primorsky Krai territory to support business and trade, similar to Delaware (USA), Hong Kong, and Jersey (UK).