Russia and China have a long history of trade relations. After Western sanctions against Russia in 2014, Russia introduced a new approach to the foreign policy – “Pivot to Asia”. As a result, China has become Russia’s largest export country for agricultural products. In 2019 the Chinese market for Russian products hit a record of over $107 billion US. The same year Russian President Vladimir Putin set a task to increase trade with China to $200 billion US in 2020. Ranging from minerals to food products, the market for Russian products in China is now bursting with potential. A comprehensive report about Russian goods exports in China is offered by daxue consulting, a China-based market research firm.