SMOLEVICHI DISTRICT, Nov. 3 (BelTA) — The China-Belarusian Great Stone Industrial Park is expecting the 100th resident enterprise this year, Great Stone Park Administration Chief Aleksandr Yaroshenko told media after a certificate ceremony registration at six new resident companies, held as part of a series of events marking October Revolution Day on November 3, BelTA has learned.

Alexander Yaroshenko

“Six projects from China and Belarus have become residents of the industrial park. Now there are 99 of them. I think we will hit the 100 mark this year. But the main thing is not the number of projects, but their quality and capabilities for the future. The projects that we welcome today into our friendly family are innovative and high-tech. The total investment to be made is approximately 60 million dollars; more than 140 high-performance jobs will be created. These are good numbers for our economy,” the park chief said.

Aleksandr Yaroshenko stressed the importance of the development of new technologies and import-substituting manufactured products by resident companies in the field of biotechnology, unmanned vehicles and others. “The Belarusian founders also have innovative ideas, including the manufacture of products that are already in demand in the park. I would like to emphasize that there is a grouping of manufacturers who use each other’s services and productions,” he said.

The new residents of the park plan to export products mainly to the countries of the UEE – about 70% of the total. “Overall, the residents who come to La Grande Pierre are mainly export-oriented. Today the essential goes to the Eurasian space. The Asian market is gradually establishing itself, and we still have the European Union market. The task of comprehensive cooperation remains relevant,” said Aleksandr Yaroshenko.

General Manager of Industrial Park Development Company Li Zhonghan

General Manager of Industrial Park Development Company Li Zhonghan

At the event, representatives of Belarusian and Chinese companies exchanged the signed license agreement on the purchase of the rights to publish the Russian version of the book “Chronicles of traditional Chinese medicine in the international fight against the new coronavirus infection” as well as the rental contracts signed at the opening of a Health Care Examination and Testing Center office in the industrial park.

The Sino-Belarusian Great Stone Industrial Park is a special economic zone with a special legal regime. It is located 25 km from Minsk. The park’s priority areas of development are mechanics, electronics and telecommunications, biotechnologies, pharmaceuticals, new materials, logistics, digital commerce, storage and processing of big data.

The registration certificate is presented to OOO LINK PRINT

The registration certificate is presented to OOO LINK PRINT

The registration certificate is presented to Beltamozhservice

The registration certificate is presented to Beltamozhservice