Xi Wants More Trade, Yuan-Ruble Deals With Russia – WSJ


Chinese President Xi Jinping has ordered his officials to forge stronger economic ties with Russia and build on the strengthening trade relationship between the two countries, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing Beijing policy advisers.

Xi is looking to expand Chinese purchases of Russian oil and Chinese investment in Russian infrastructure, while also transacting more deals in rubles and yuan to insulate the country against future Western sanctions.

Read the full report: The Wall Street Journal.


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