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Studio interview: Energy cooperation between China and Russia

06-05-2012 13:53 BJT Special Report:Russian President Putin Visits China |

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has arrived in Beijing for a 3-day official visit. This is Putin's first time in China since regaining the Russian Presidency in May. Economic issues are set to figure prominently on the 3-day trip. Full story>>

For more insight on Putin's visit to China and Sino-Russian relation, we are joined in the studio by Ms. Su Xiaohui, Assistant Researcher at the China Institute of International Studies.

Q1: We just got a glimpse of how much business cooperation has expanded between the two sides. How much interaction is there between SMEs across the border? What areas tend to be the most vibrant?

Q2: The leaders from both China and Russia have been calling for a new security arrangement in the Asia-Pacific region. Can you explain this to us in more detail?

Q3: Trade between the two countries has expanded in recent years, especially in the energy sector. How do you think the two sides can deepen energy cooperation?

Editor:Wang Chuhan |Source: CNTV.CN

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