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Business of South Korea is interested in cooperation with Russian companies

14 luglio 2017
Business of South Korea is interested in cooperation with Russian companies

    July 13 in Moscow with the support of "Business Russia" B2B session was held with industrial companies of Korea. Co-organizers of the event were the Association of Industrial Parks and the Korean International Trade Association KITA.

    Anna Nesterova, the founder of Global Rus Trade, greeted the participants of the session with a welcoming speech. In her speech, she noted: "With the trade turnover of Russia and Korea at about $ 20 million, there are still many unrealized opportunities for trade and business cooperation between the two countries. The Russian business welcomes the high interest of Korean partners in investment projects in the Far East, is ready to cooperate in a number of areas. " Anna Nesterova stressed the willingness to cooperate with Korean colleagues and proposed to make maximum use of modern technological solutions that reduce the transaction costs of companies.

    With the presentation of the Global Rus Trade platform, Polina Chernyshova made a speech, stressing that due to the growing interest of Korea and Russia in joint projects, the platform offers a technological solution for business in the field of e-commerce and investment.

    Within the framework of the business session, it was decided to develop cooperation between Global Rus Trade and the Korean International Trade Association KITA. According to the managing director of the association Hee Chul Jang, the Korean business community is showing great interest in finding partners in the Russian market, informing Russia's business community about its opportunities and projects. In this regard, the head of KITA expressed interest in signing an agreement on cooperation with "Business Russia" and the continuation of business meetings in the framework of the third Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok in early September.

    The Korea International Trade Association (KITA) was established in 1946 to develop the country's economic ties and today, combining 71,000 companies, is the largest business association in Korea.