SLAVGOROD, 2 June (BelTA) - Changes to the decree of the Council of Ministers No.713 “On the price regulation system” will help level the playing field for importers and local producers, Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko said during a working visit to Slavgorod District on 2 June, BelTA has learned.
“Some proposals have been worked out, and next week Decree No.713 of the Council of Ministers will be adjusted to the practice of application,” Roman Golovchenko said. “We need to create better conditions for domestic producers. It took a long time to work out. Experts had been studying the situation in each area for a few months. The system is working today. Everyone has got accustomed to it, but there are still little nuances that complicate the life of domestic producers. Therefore, the changes that are being worked out are primarily aimed at leveling the playing field for importers and local producers.”
According to Roman Golovchenko, the new price regulation system will exist for a long time. Now it is being “tuned up”, because there are many things that cannot always be foreseen at once. Nevertheless, a lot of work has been done, including with traders, importers. “In principle, everyone has been adapted,” the prime minister said.