Its main goal is to establish contacts between businessmen of the two countries
A Russian-Chinese business club has been set up in Moscow. As it is noted, its main task is to provide substantive communication and contacts between entrepreneurs of the two countries, as reported by RIA Novosti.
The established club will be regularly hosting events, meeting the main objectives - to develop the friendly relations between Russia and China and to establish and strengthen ties between the businessmen of the two states. These are business forums, tours to enterprises and joint travels in a format combining business tourism and discovering the best places of Russia.
It is known that the club was co-founded by the Moscow Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Union of Chinese Entrepreneurs in Russia.
Representatives of the private sector noted that to date, with all the diversity of existing organisations in the field of Russian-Chinese relations, there has been no single platform for effective interaction between businesses of the two countries.
"The best tool for development is face-to-face contact and exchange of experience in an informal atmosphere between people who do business and are experts in their field," the club's working concept states.