Annual Russian-African Forum (RAF’2017) will take place next year on the 13-14th of March in Ghana, Accra. This time forum will be arranged as an exclusive business event where senior executives meet for high level negotiations and interaction in the headquarters of major industry players. The economy of Ghana is one of the fast growing…
Russia presented its offering of goods and services at the VIETNAM INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL FAIR VIIF-2016 international trade exhibition that was held in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. The exhibition, which was organised by the Tatarstan Investment Development Agency, featured Russian companies that are interested in the opportunity for growth and business development that Vietnam offers….
The project of a plant is estimated at about $20 million, of which $14 million will come from the Russian budget, while the rest from the Nicaraguan
Russia has prepared a number of agreements on cooperation with Iran that could be signed at an upcoming intergovernmental commission
Russia and Indonesia could increase trade by $10 billion within the next two or three years, Russia’s trade representative to Indonesia said
Sixty-one years on from giving the world its first-ever nuclear power plant, Russia is once again at the forefront of atomic energy. Dr Gareth Evans finds out how the country is shaping up to be the new titan in world nuclear technology.
This would be possible if Tehran takes a decision on purchasing ready-made aircraft
Indonesia is considering Russia as a potential supplier of new submarines for its naval forces, Defense Minister Ryamizard Ryacudu said on Monday upon the end of his meeting with deputies of the national parliament, TASS reports. The new purchases had been endorsed by the president, Ryacudu said, adding a remark that it was much better…
Tehran signed contracts worth $21 billion with Moscow for the purchase of satellite-related equipment, as well as Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ-100) aircraft, at the MAKS-2015 international air show.
Russia’s rough diamond exports fell 16 percent year on year to $2.13 billion in the first half of 2015, Itar-Tass reported citing the country’s Ministry of Finance. By volume, exports declined 10 percent to 17.83 million carats. Rough imports rose 70 percent to $46.5 million as volume more than tripled to 28,000 carats. Russia was…