|Sahit Muja: Russia|
Russia presents the golden opportunity to invest as demand for energy, minerals, agricultural products are increasing in China.
Albanian Minerals is investing in China and Russia presently and is looking to expend investment’s in Russia.
Russia is the largest country in the world;
Russia is one of the world’s richest countries in raw materials, many of which are significant inputs for an industrial economy.
Russia accounts for around 20 percent of the world’s production of oil and natural gas and possesses large reserves of both fuels.
Russia virtually is self-sufficient in energy and has the large-scale exporter of fuels.
Russia possesses rich reserves minerals, iron ore, manganese, coal, chromium, nickel, platinum, titanium, copper, tin, lead, tungsten, diamonds, phosphates, and gold.
Russian forests of Siberia contain an estimated one-fifth of the world’s timber.
The iron ore deposits of the Kursk Magnetic Anomaly, close to the Ukrainian border in the southwest, are believed to contain one-sixth of the world’s total reserves.
Intensive exploitation began there in the 1950s.
The large iron ore deposits are located in the Kola Peninsula, Karelia, south-central Siberia, and the Far East.
The largest copper deposits are located in the Kola Peninsula and the Urals, and lead and zinc are found in North Ossetia.
Russia is one of the top destination to invest in the world thank’s to China’s booming economy.
The Chinese foreign reserves rose to $3.2 trillion. The increase was much larger than economists expected.
With the reserves of $3.2 trillion China has an advantage to invest largely in energy, metals, and other natural resources.
China has increased c access to oil, natural gas, minerals, all other commodities, and raw materials worldwide.
Chinese power has increased considerably in economy, military, geopolitical, trade and financial affairs.
China is indeed one of the world’s greatest power.
China’s economic growth is about 10 percent in 2011.
China bought record volumes of oil, natural gas, coal, copper, aluminum, gold, ferrochrome, chrome ore and iron ore this year.
The world’s fastest-growing major economy consumes more than a third of the world’s aluminum output, a quarter of its copper production, a tenth of its oil and accounts for more than half of the trading in iron ore.
China is the world’s largest producer of steel and world’s larges consumer of copper, iron ore, aluminum, ferrochrome, chrome ore and nickel.
This year China bought hundreds of billions of dollars worth of iron ore, refined copper, crude oil, aluminum, chrome ore, coal, ferro chrome, and other commodities.
China has launched its investment policy because of rising demand, economic growth and crippling pressure on its own natural resources.
China is hungry for land, food, energy, and all other natural resources.
Hundreds of billions of dollars are invested presently by China in natural resources in Africa, Australia, Iran, Brazil, Russia, Iraq, Europe, Canada, East Asia, and The US.
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