Participants of the business event will discuss a number of topical issues
The editor-in-chief of TV BRICS, Ksenia Komissarova, will conduct a "Russia-India" business dialogue on Tuesday, September 6, as part of the EEF.
There has been a steady growth in trade between Russia and India in recent years. At the end of 2021, the trade turnover between Russia and India was $13.5 billion, an increase of almost 50% as compared to the pandemic year of 2020.
In order to realise the goal set by the leaders of the two countries to reach $30 billion in mutual trade by 2025, the parties need to more actively develop trade and joint projects, as well as investment. Joint Russian-Indian projects in various fields such as energy, oil, pharmaceuticals, food, chemical industry are currently underway, interbank and insurance cooperation is being strengthened, and the volume of trade and mutual investments in the Far East and the Arctic is steadily increasing.
In this connection, the participants in the business event will discuss a number of topical issues: What are the prospects for creating a joint banking, financial structure capable of supporting the potential of bilateral trade? Which areas of cooperation are of the highest priority? What new projects are planned to be implemented in the Far East with the participation of Indian capital?
The business dialogue participants will also discuss the measures taken by the two governments to resolve the transport and logistics problem and discuss the new projects planned in the Far East with the participation of Indian capital.
TV BRICS is covering the forum on all of its platforms. A report following the business event will be produced - watch it later on air and on the website.
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