Russian President Vladimir Putin will arrive in Beijing on Saturday to meet his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping and some other top officials. In an era when both countries are forging a more economically integrated Eurasia, the visit is seen to be of great significance by many. Ahead of Putin’s visit to China, we examine the China-Russia relationship. Is it a “marriage of convenience,” as some critics have charged? Dmitry Pankin, chairman of the management board at Eurasian Development Bank, and Xu Sitao, chief economist and partner from Deloitte China, shared with us how China and Russia can cooperate and compete in the international arena.
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