Krasnodar producers of equipment for winemaking and cheese-making, oil flour and confectionery products presented their products to Armenia, according to the website of the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
The presentation took place during a direct line with the Russian trade representative in Armenia, which was attended by representatives of the center for coordination and support of export-oriented small and medium-sized businesses of Kuban, the group of companies "Expo-Contract" (Armenia) and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Armenia.
"Enterprises of Krasnodar Territory made presentations of products offered for export to the Republic of Armenia: equipment for wine-making and cheese-making, packaging materials, flour, confectionery products, cold-pressed oils, etc.," the report reads.
As Russian trade representative in Armenia Anna Donchenko said, Armenia has become attractive for foreign investors due to its startups, simplification of business start-up procedures and relative ease of doing business over the past few years.
At the moment modern equipment and solutions for waste management, construction and heat and water supply, decorated glass and containers for drinks and perfumes are exported from Krasnodar to Armenia.
Today Krasnodar region ranks eighth in the rating of Russian regions for exports to Armenia. Last year Kuban exported 39 million dollars worth of goods to Armenia.
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Author: Ksenia Gustova