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Tula Oblast Looks Forward To Enhancing Cooperation With China
15.07.2017 23:07
Tula Oblast Looks Forward To Enhancing Cooperation With China

Tula oblast looks forward to enhancing cooperation with China in various spheres of economy, education, culture and tourism, as the Head of the region Aleksei Dyumin said at the meeting with the delegation of Chinese Society for Friendship with Foreign Countries and the Chinese Embassy in Russia.

      The press service of the Russian Government reported that A. Dyumin expressed interest in enhancing interaction with Chinese companies. He assured that the region was ready to provide all the necessary information on specific industrial sites and the projects that were interesting for investment, so that Chinese companies could explore them and identify areas of possible cooperation with Tula oblast for themselves.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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