MINSK, 10 December (BelTA) – Belarus is ahead of Russia and Kazakhstan in the pace of attracting foreign investments. The information was released by Ms Tatiana Valovaya, a member of the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission, on 10 December, BelTA has learned.
She attributed Belarus’ appeal in the eyes of foreign investors to the country’s participation in major integration associations in the post-Soviet space among other factors. The economic advisability of investments in a country, which is a member of the Customs Union, is way higher from the business point of view, stressed Tatiana Valovaya.
“Business understands that everything is stable here, there can be no phytosanitary wars or milk ones,” believes the member of the Eurasian Economic Commission. Meanwhile, the number of potential customers of products is not limited to the Belarus population.