ITA, RWTH Aachen University

Contacts with Russia strengthened

On second October, 2012, North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) established a new representative office in St. Petersburg, Russia. On this occasion, a high-profile delegation on business and science representatives among them representatives from the Institut für Textiltechnik travelled to Russia.

“We are pleased to now being represented in Russia. St. Petersburg is a most dynamic city with a technologically driven economic structure. In addition, this metropolis is the logistic hub between the Russian Federation and Northern and Western Europe. The current Russia’s WTO accession will strengthen our...

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