Russia’s trade turnover with the African states increased by more than 17% in 2018 to $20.4 bln. A representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry told TASS that the majority of trade operations included Algeria, Egypt, Kenia, Cote d'Ivoire, Morocco, Nigeria, Senegal, Sudan, Tunisia and ...Modified: 04.09.2019
Ice cream and sorbets from Russia’s northwestern city of Vologda can now be enjoyed in Africa. Russian ice cream producer Iceberry has shipped around 75 tons of the cool treat to Ivory Coast (Cote d’Ivoire) and Senegal. The cargo was reportedly checked and certified by the Russian agricultural watchdog in accordance with the health ...Modified: 04.04.2019
The St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2018 business programme will include the Russia – Africa Business Dialogue. The session has been successfully hosted by SPIEF for the last two years. Russia – Africa Business Dialogue has generated interest among Russian and African businesses, international companies and African governments ...Modified: 06.04.2018
Russia is among the top ten exporters of food to Africa, exporting to a total of $387million, Russian agriculture minister Alexander Tkachev told a discussion panel at the exhibition in Dubai, Gulfood 2018. The panel discussed prospects of Russia’s cooperation with Africa and the Gulf. “We ...Modified: 14.03.2018
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