China and Russia will further enhance cooperation in various economic fields such as energy, resources, machinery and electric products, senior officials said in Moscow on Tuesday.
China and Russia share great potential and advantages for economic cooperation, Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan told a China-Russia economic forum.
He suggested the two countries should expand cooperation in such major sectors as energy and resources, machinery and electric products, high-tech industry and cooperation between border regions.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Zhukov pledged on the occasion to boost cooperation with China in trade of machinery, electric and high-tech products, energy, finance, agriculture and timber processing.
The one-day forum, held on the sidelines of Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao's visit to Russia, involved more than 400 government officials and business people.
(Xinhua News Agency October 29, 2008)