Abdullina O., Yu Lanhua
Abstract: The current Russian-Chinese relations are officially defined by the parties as relations of comprehensive partnership and strategic interaction that are entering a new era. The global cost of infectious diseases like the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is rising as the world becomes more financially integrated. Outbreaks spread faster thanks to urbanization, mass migration, and international trade. They disrupt the economy and basic social functions like schools, health care, and employment. Global trade means the supply of goods from affected areas could be threatened. Investors expect greater returns on new investments the longer an outbreak lasts to compensate for higher risks. This article offers recommendations for strengthening bilateral relations between China and Russia.
Keywords: China-Russia relations, COVID-19 pandemic, economic growth