Corporate China eyes Russia’s potential

New opportunities for China’s corporate investors as Russia looks east for growth and investment.
Russia’s far eastern city of Vladivostok, close to its border with China
Russia’s far eastern city of Vladivostok, close to its border with China

As China’s Belt and Road Initiative gathers momentum, new opportunities in Russia are attracting Chinese investors drawn to the huge market, trade and investment potential between these two super powers.

Recent monetary reforms and government incentives are further encouraging Chinese investors to see Russia as an inviting destination for offshore investment.

At a recent breakfast discussion in Hong Kong, hosted by FinanceAsia and Russian law firm the Pepeliaev Group, investors took the opportunity to gain valuable insights from a panel of expert commentators doing business in Russia, including Michael Hammond, chief executive officer Asia-Pacific at  Gazprombank, Andrey Yakunin, co-founder of London-based alternative investment group,...

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