Chinese investment in Russia is expected to continue to decline in 2016 if Russia fails to take effective action. However, this decline will only be temporary, says CODA Deputy Secretary General He Zhenwei, who remains very optimistic about Russia’s economic outlook. According to He, those who have predicted a crash in the Russian economy are simply unfamiliar with the country, which has rebounded from far more daunting challenges following collapse of the USSR in 1992.
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