After a bumpy year, 2023 could prove to be even more challenging for global goods trade with consumer demand faltering, oversupply returning, and the energy and subsequent inflation crisis persisting. But the supply chain pain is expected to ease and shipping a container will be cheaper
China, being the world’s leading economy, is already today Russia’s largest trading partner. Complementarity of the countries’ economies, the common border, large-scale transport projects, cooperation in key sectors, participation in BRICS and SCO — these and other factors serve as major drivers for all existing and new bilateral initiatives. The potential of these relationships is to a large extent determined by their content and current trends.
The Roscongress Foundation study presents the main areas of cooperation between the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan in the economic, humanitarian interaction and in the geopolitical arena.
The General Administration of Customs (GAC) of the People’s Republic of China has summarized the results of Russian-Chinese trade in the first quarter of 2022.
UNCTAD report on the difficult search for optimal macroeconomic policy in the post-COVID world