Businessmen from Russia's Tomsk region to sell high-tech products in Armenia.
Yerevan. Telecommunications, medicine, biotechnologies, nanotechnologies and tourism - such are the prior fields of
cooperation for businessmen of Armenia and Tomsk region, Russia, said Alexander Gumilevskiy, Head of the Business Development
Center at the Tomsk Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI), at the meeting of Armenian-Russian businessmen in Yerevan on
Tuesday. The meeting was organized jointly with the CCI of Yerevan.
Gumilevskiy said that Tomsk region with a population of nearly 1 million people has a traditionally developed fuel and energy
complex, very developed education and science- consuming industry.
Gumilevskiy told ArmInfo that Tomsk businessmen are for the first time in Armenia and very interested in importing electric
machinery, devices, manometers, and other products in the country. They would like to develop business relations with Armenia in the
field of tourism. He said that the Russian delegation comprised representatives of 10 small and medium-sized enterprises. He said that
there is a technology development area in Tomsk and a facility where science-consuming innovative industry is concentrated.
"This is a type of free trade area and we hope to establish cooperation with Armenia here," Gumilevskiy said.
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|Date:||Sep 10, 2013|
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