Source: Belarusian Telegraph Agency
MINSK DISTRICT, 14 February (BelTA) – Companies that make clothes should unite into associations in order to defend the industry’s interests. Prime Minister of Belarus Sergei Rumas made the statement as he visited OOO Mark Formelle on 14 February, BelTA has learned.
Sergei Rumas said: “You should get together and set up associations so that they could lobby your interests in all the government agencies. Not you but they should be the ones to identify systemic problems. It is preferable for these associations to grow from the grassroots level, upon your initiative instead of the government’s. This way your interests will not be blurred. They will be well represented and defended. You will set up the associations while we will instruct everyone to talk to and listen to the associations’ feedback.”
The prime minister visited the privately owned clothes manufacturer OOO Mark Formelle together with Minsk Oblast Governor Aleksandr Turchin. The company’s directors Svetlana Siparova and Andrei Serikov talked about the current state and development prospects of the enterprise. They took guests on a tour of the enterprise, made them familiar with the equipment and the choice of products the company offers.
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