By the end of the year, the number of residents of the Chinese-Belarusian industrial park could exceed 60. This was announced following the results of the recent Belt and Road Forum on Regional Cooperation and Development. 11 new residents were registered that will set up high-tech productions in the park. An enterprise for the production of gearboxes will be launched in the park by the end of 2020. It will be created in cooperation with the Minsk Automobile Plant MAZ. Another new resident is ready to market packaging for cosmetics made from biomaterials, and nanotechnologies for decoration. Meanwhile, Belarus and China are considering the possibility of increasing the number of Minsk-Beijing flights, as well as setting up joint air cargo companies.