Belarus’ govt makes leasing deals with Russian, Ukrainian companies to push exports of Belarusian-made goods

15.02.2017 06:08 / Russia / Ukraine / Belarus

MINSK - The Government of Belarus will make agreements with two Russian and Ukrainian companies in order to facilitate exports of Belarusian-made goods in Russia and Ukraine on lease terms, the government said in a press-release.

On Feb 13, 2017 the government approved draft agreements with Metalloinvestleasing (Russia), Kuzbassleasing (Russia) and Eximleasing (Ukraine) to promote sales of Belarusian goods in Russia and Ukraine on lease terms.

Belarus’ BPS-Sberbank will act as an agent bank to implement the terms of the lease schemes with Russian and Ukrainian companies.

Source: PRIME-TASS
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