Last year, European countries and the US have imposed export trade restrictions on Russian timber and other industries, and Central Asian countries have become the main markets for Russian timber merchants. However, routes from Russia to Central Asian countries are restricted, leading to a significant increase in transport costs for Russian timber traders. A few days ago, at the Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum, the Interregional Association of the Siberian Agreement presented a long-term plan for the development of international and foreign economic relations in the Siberian region, eliminating infrastructure constraints in the ever-changing commodity logistics, through targeted support ...
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