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SOCHI, May 30. /TASS/. Russia’s Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich has called for Chinese investors to join more regional projects in the country, in special economic zones and regional technological clusters.
"As of April this year only eight bids out of 166 from investors from all over the world, have been submitted by Chinese partners. Hopefully, the Chinese business will take a more active position in this regard," Dvorkovich said at the Russian-Chinese forum on small and mid-sized business on Monday when speaking about regional projects.
He added that projects within small and mid-sized business are one of the promising areas for cooperation.