Tatsiana Luhina assumed the functions of an arbitrator of “fair competition” in the Belarusian market.
“We are not afraid of competition on the part of second-hands and skullcap-shops,” said new chair of Bellegprom Tatsiana Luhina at a press-conference today. According to her, the concern will fight to ensure that the competition in the market is fair. “So that the goods in these networks (second-hand and shops with goods from Central Asia) comply with the requirements that are established in our country,” the concern head noted, writes tut.by.
At the same time, the head of the concert noted that now Belarusians are often skeptical about the phrase “Buy Belarusian”.
Earlier, Tatsiana Luhina stated that Belarus should introduce additional regulation with regard second-hand trading.