By Olga Biryukova
Warren Reynolds is both the Executive Chairman at Muzz Buzz Franchising Ltd. (Australia) and a public representative of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Australia. He tells us that Australia is enjoying rapidly developing agriculture and that demand for potash fertilisers there is high; the country is ready to consider purchasing potash fertilisers from Belarus and is keen to promote exports from Belarus to other international markets.
Speaking of our co-operation prospects, he emphasises that many Belarusian products should prove popular on the Australian market — especially, Belarusian tractors and dump trucks. “In general, you produce a lot of things we need. We should set up a company to assist imports of Belarusian goods to Australia,” Mr. Reynolds adds.
He admires Belarus’ economic potential and is confident of its future growth. Among the advantages of co-operation with Belarus is its favourable geographical location. Opportunities are being explored to bring Australian investments to Belarus, creating joint ventures and industries, and promoting Belarusian exports to foreign markets.