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    Procedures For Russian Companies To Establish A Company In Singapore

    Процедуры для российских компаний по созданию в Сингапур Incorporating a company in Singapore is a cost-effective and efficient process, allowing international investors to concentrate on pursuing their business opportunities across the region. This is of special relevance to Russian investors, as Singapore has a Free Trade Agreement with the Eurasian Economic Union. Singapore is also[…..]

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    Coronavirus: Russia Closes Far East Border. Advice For Russian Businesses With Operations In China

    Three regions in Russia’s Far East have closed their borders with China until February 7th amid fears over the outbreak of coronavirus in China. The closures affect border crossings in the Jewish Autonomous Oblast, Khabarovsk and Amur regions. Border crossings at Primorsky Krai remain open for now.

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    What Products & Services Is Singapore Buying From Russia?

    Singapore is the service centre and financial hub for the ASEAN region, which also includes Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand & Vietnam.

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    Procedures For Russian Companies To Establish A Liaison Office In India

    Процедуры для российских компаний по созданию представительства в Индия Russian-Indian bilateral trade is growing and India is currently negotiating a Free Trade Agreement with the Eurasian Economic Union. This, coupled with a commitment by both Russian President Vladimir Putin and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to increase bilateral trade to US$30 billion by 2025 make the[…..]

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    What Can Russian Businesses Sell As India Considers An Eurasian Economic Union Free Trade Agreement?

    Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis Russia and India are currently engaged in discussions concerning a Free Trade Agreement between India and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), which consists of Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. There are good reasons to believe that India will agree and that this will happen in 2020 as these markets offer[…..]

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    Procedures For Russian Companies To Set Up A Representative Office in China

    Услуги для российских компаний по созданию представительства в Китае Bilateral trade between Russia and China is growing fast and reached US$110 billion in 2019. The two countries have pledged to increase this to US$200 billion by 2024, while China’s consumer confidence index is currently at a ten year high. But how can Russian businesses access[…..]

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    BRICS+ On The Agenda As Russia & China Seek To Expand Trade

    Op/Ed by Chris Devonshire-Ellis The BRICS network of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa may be expanded in the near future, according to Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, who has said that Russia is currently focused on activities on the BRICS+ platform, which “makes it possible for interested countries to find ways to cooperate with[…..]

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    Russia Briefing’s China Coverage Now Gets Nearly A Million More Views Than China Law Blog

    In the on-going online rankings battle for views concerning China, the Seattle based China Law Blog has been around for some time. Often opinionated, but in recent years highly critical of China, its popularity has plummeted, both in terms of what it says, but also in relevance. This has partly been driven by its exposure[…..]

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    Russia-China Bilateral Trade Hit US$110 Billion in 2019 – What Is China Buying?

    Bilateral trade between Russia and China increased 3.4% in 2019, amounting to US$110.79 billion, according to the Chinese Administration of Customs. Trade was well balanced, with Chinese exports to Russia increasing to 3.6 per cent and US$49.7 billion, while imports from Russia increased 3.2 percent to total US$61.05 billion.

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    New Rail Infrastructure Plans As Russia Signs Off New Northern Sea Passage Developments

    Russia’s new development plan for the Northern Sea Route was signed off by Prime Minister Dmitri Medvedev on the 21st of December. Behind its development stands Rosatom, the nuclear power company with top responsibilities for the Northern Sea Route. The document builds on President Putin’s decrees from May 2018 and the request to boost annual shipments on[…..]

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