MINSK, March 25 (Reuters) - Belarus could secure Chinese investment of more than $10 billion in a series of projects spanning several industrial sectors, including cars, electricity and sugar, a Belarussian government spokesman said on Thursday. "These are absolutely realistic projects that should be realised in the next three to four years," government spokesman Alexander Timoshenko said. He was speaking during a visit to Minsk by Chinese Vice-President Xi Jinping. Timoshenko said the ...
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