Representatives of over 100 Ukrainian companies took part remotely in a China-Ukraine investment fair, hosted in Beijing

Representatives of over 100 Ukrainian companies took part remotely in a China-Ukraine investment fair, hosted in Beijing, reports china.org.cnnews site With almost 300 Chinese and Ukrainian business and government officials participating, the annual conference took on new importance this year with the emergence of China as Ukraine’s top trading partner. At the conference, the China-Ukraine Bilateral Entrepreneurs Council announced the establishment of a liaison office in Harbin, capital of northeast China’s Heilongjiang province. Harbin mayor Sun Zhe said his city has worked well with Ukraine in such fields as aerospace, new materials and modern agriculture.

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