Source Pravda.Ru

Russian businesses prepared to expand worldwide

Russian business is very much interested in and prepared for a large-scale expansion to the international markets, in particular, the markets of the European Union, Press Secretary of the Tyumen Oil Company Vladimir Bobylyov said in an interview with RosBusinessConsulting. Many Russian oil, metal and timber companies are already actively cooperating and competing with western corporations. In view of this, according to the Tyumen Oil Company spokesman, the establishment of the dialogue with western partners, which may contribute to the development of cooperation, is especially important for the Russian business community.

One of the examples of such cooperation is the economic forum of Russia and Europe 'New Outlooks of Investment Cooperation Development' to take place in Amsterdam at the time Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit the Netherlands. Bobylyov was quoted as saying the summit, which will be organized by RosBusinessConsulting, will promote the consolidation of long-term foreign economic relations and give potential investors the opportunity to learn in detail investment projects and establish useful business contacts.

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