The Far Eastern Project Center reaches the international level

In addition to increasing the volume of work on the domestic market, the Far Eastern Project Center is taking active steps towards developing international relations and, above all, entering the markets of the Asia-Pacific countries.

Comments Nikita Bozhok, Head of the Far Eastern Project Center:
- Today, the situation is quite favorable in order to try to conquer the markets of neighboring countries (for example, we are primarily interested in China). It is clear that due to geographical reasons, the Khabarovsk Territory has always been more inclined to develop business ties more with Asia than with Europe, but under the conditions of sanctions pressure, the development of cooperation with the countries of the Asia-Pacific region acquires, one might say, strategic importance. The authorities also pay attention to the development of such cooperation between the countries, for example, at the end of May, a Russian-Chinese business forum will be held in Shanghai, organized by the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China. I think it is important to attend such events, because they provide good opportunities for the development of bilateral trade and economic cooperation between the businesses of the two countries.
An important role in these processes is played by business associations, first of all, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Khabarovsk Territory, which regularly organizes meetings with business representatives from China and other countries of the Asia-Pacific region.
Of course, it is more difficult to develop effectively in foreign markets than in the domestic one, especially in our field. Architectural design and the production of engineering surveys are quite strictly regulated everywhere, plus each country has its own requirements and legislative framework that regulates the industry. Therefore, entering the market of another country, you need to know these requirements perfectly in order to successfully compete with foreign companies.
In short, entering foreign markets is an ambitious and difficult task, it requires a lot of effort, but we are confident that this task is up to us.