Search: China,Investments (10 materials)

New Crisis Brings New Opportunities for Chinese Business and Russia

... leaving, but niches in this area will definitely be vacated . Third, advanced mining projects that require both large capital investments and technology. There is a precedent, namely JSC Yamal-LNG, where the Chinese CNPC corporation owns 20% and the Silk ... ... France’s Total and Japan’s Mitsui will soon become available. However, there should be no inflated expectations of attracting China’s big and high-tech corporations. The approval process for any such project takes many months, if not years, even in a ...

05.04.2022

Beyond Being Friends: Russia and China Need an Exclusive Trade Deal

... investments. By the beginning of 2020, according to the Bank of Russia , China accounted for less than 0.1% of accumulated direct investment from Russia (with the share of UK and Germany at 4.7% and 2.2%, respectively). As for the accumulated direct investments in Russia (private equity and debt instruments), China’s share reached only 0.8% in early 2020, while the share of France stood at 4.5%. State support and guarantees So far, Chinese investments are mainly focused on energy projects, directly or indirectly supported by the state. Yamal LNG plant ...

11.06.2021

India and Latin America: When a Rising Power and an Emergent Growth Pole Engage

... Chance? While India lacks the global prowess to pull-off mega projects in ports, expressways, hydro-dams, etc., of the kind that China alluringly dangles, before a gapingly infrastructure deficient Latin America, Indian investment can most certainly make ... ... Vehicles revolution, which Indian Industry estimates to account for 30 billion dollars sector, by 2030, mandating huge prospective investments by corporate India tapping into the lithium pans of Bolivia and Chile. Similarly, Indian Industry has also exhibited ...

27.08.2019

Ivan Timofeev at Financial Services Volunteer Corps Symposium

On June 30 – July 2, 2019, St. Petersburg hosted a regular annual symposium of the Financial Services Volunteer Corps. On June 30 – July 2, 2019, St. Petersburg hosted a regular annual symposium of the Financial Services Volunteer Corps. Ivan Timofeev, RIAC Program Director, attended the symposium. The discussion focused on the issues of global economy, political relations between the great powers, and global socio-economic trends.

03.07.2019

BRICS Should Avoid Becoming an anti-US Group

... union from BRICS, we are talking about trading investment treaty for BRICS, which can basically cover investment framework and investments that are made by BRICS countries within themselves. That’s difficult to do because each one has a different legal ... ... has a different political system. Russia is a different democracy, if you think it’s one. India is a different democracy. China is not a democracy. The Brazilians have a different situation with regards to the rule of law. And the South Africans have ...

13.03.2019

Financial Services Volunteer Corps Conference

... 2018, Alexandria, Virginia, USA, hosted an annual symposium of the non-profit Financial Services Volunteer Corps (FSVC, Financial Services Volunteer Corps) focusing on the current issues of the world finance, as well as on the relations between the US, China, and Russia in trade and financial spheres. On July 1–3, 2018, Alexandria, Virginia, USA, hosted an annual symposium of the non-profit Financial Services Volunteer Corps (FSVC, Financial Services Volunteer Corps ) focusing on the current issues ...

19.07.2018

Rise of China’s Export Credit Policy Insurance in Eurasia

For Russia, disregarding the actions and agendas of Sinosure would be to cede legitimacy and economic gravity to China’s economic development agenda in the Eurasian heartland Much speculation has focused on the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) as a threat to the multilateral development bank order, but it is actually the multilateral bank order itself ...

06.07.2018

China and Russia Explore Bilateral Investment

... experience, when it comes to bilateral investment. In China, most of the state companies are directed to support local businesses or communities and, given domestic pressures due to slowdown, have been recently told not to invest too much outside of China. It is reasonable to expect that with more business getting familiar with the markets, there will be more interest in investment projects as well. There are a lot of initiatives, new “funds” but still relatively few examples of direct cross boarder investments in both directions. But the trend is positive, led by SWFs, Chinese energy giants and development banks, all state sponsored actors expand the scope of their bilateral relationships. The way how the trend of bilateral investment is going to ...

04.12.2017

China–UK Investment Cooperation: Life After Brexit

... China’s foreign investment policy has recently began to demonstrate signs of significant change. First, investments are being rapidly reoriented from the real sector to the service industry and participation in large infrastructure projects. Second, China is expanding investments into relatively more hi-tech projects, including alternative energy, biotechnologies, etc. The number of acquisitions of hi-tech companies and manufacturing companies is also on the rise; China’s authorities view them as the fastest and ...

27.09.2016

Poll conducted

  1. In your opinion, what are the US long-term goals for Russia?
    U.S. wants to establish partnership relations with Russia on condition that it meets the U.S. requirements  
     33 (31%)
    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
     21 (19%)
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