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    HARBIN (China) (Sputnik) - Russia's regions are ready to increase exports of energy resources, equipment for different industries and agricultural products to China, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Maxim Akimov said on Saturday.

    "Russian regions are ready to increase exports to China of energy resources, ores, electrical equipment, aircraft engines, products for the nuclear industry, chemical industry, and agricultural products", Akimov told reporters on the sidelines of the sixth Russian-Chinese Expo.

    According to him, the priority directions are the improvement of transport infrastructure, modernisation, and increase in throughput capacity of railroads.

    ​Akimov also noted that Russia's regions were ready to propose to jointly implement projects in the electric power and mining industries, to develop cooperation in the field of aviation, telecommunications, and other high-tech industries with Chinese partners.

    The deputy prime minister added that the most important task was to expand bilateral investment cooperation.



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