The government plans to diversify Belarusian exports by 2020 so that one third of the products would go to the Eurasian Economic Union, another third — to the European Union and the rest of the products to other countries.
The plant of the Swiss company Stadler in Fanipol has experienced a fall in demand for their products. The owner and CEO of Stadler Rail Group, Peter Spuhler, told reporters about the crisis response made by the foreign investor
Official Minsk is going to have problems with gaining export duties on oil products and reaching an agreement on terms of oil supply for the next four years with Russian Federation, unless some major concession is made on its behalf.
The third Kastryčnicky Ekanamičny Forum (KEF) “Economy of Belarus: At a Tipping Point” has brought together the most prominent representatives of different areas of Belarusian society in rooms of Dipservice Hall
The Republic of Belarus is determined to change the current situation regarding the pharmaceutical market by getting rid of imported drugs. Administrative regulations remain the main instrument so far.