Sergey Katyrin Explained why Countries Aspire to BRICS
Interest in the BRICS has increased dramatically in recent years. It can be said that a whole line of developing countries has formed, wishing to join this association of states. But how can we explain it? They are attracted by the alternative, said Sergey Katyrin, President of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, head of the Russian part of the BRICS Business Council, in an inte
Dmitry Lyubomudrov: “There is no Dominance in BRICS, Every Project is a Balance”
Industrial cooperation and cooperation are not on the agenda of BRICS summits and meetings. But the cooperation of production enterprises on the basis of equality - the main principle of the Association's existence - is extremely necessary and important in the conditions of the formation of new production chains. With these goals, the BRICS Industrial Coalition was created in 2021.On the sidelines
Vladimir Padalko: Business and Investment Environment in China will Remain Predictable
Vice President of the Chamber Vladimir Padalko commented on the results of the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of China - Speaking about the groundwork that was formed by the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of China, we can assume that new faces in the Politburo will strengthen the position of the country's leader, which will definitely contribute to the planned reforms. As some e
The Head of the Chamber Believes that Foreign Business Would Return to Russia - interview with "Rossiyskaya Gazeta"
Excerpts from the interview of the head of the Chamber to the main government newspaper of the Russian Federation For the most part, foreign business shows no desire to leave Russia and tries to maintain relations with Russian partners. In such circumstances, we should not abandon the cooperation we have been building with them for years. Sergey Katyrin, President of the Chamber o
African Market is Very Promising for Russia—Vladimir Padalko
Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation, Mr Vladimir Padalko, has described the African market as very promising for Russian companies, especially those intending to localize their production on the continent blessed with several resources. In this insightful interview with our Media Executive Kester Kenn Klomegah, he also discussed the existing ch
Igor Morozov, Chairman of AFROCOM: “For Russia Africa is the last relatively free market for the export of domestic goods”
In recent decades, Africa has become the main continent for which an active struggle is unfolding between the Euro-Atlantic region and Greater Eurasia. Therefore, there is nothing surprising in the fact that the European Union is increasing its trade turnover with African countries, and today it amounts to more than 300 billion dollars a year.