Ukraine Wants to Oust the Russian and Belarusian Glassmakers From the Market

Ukraine in late May will introduce protective measures that will lead to the displacement of the glass market of Russian and Belarusian producers.

On imported flat glass will be put premium.

From these measures, in particular, will benefit the plant "Proletariat", close to the ex-mayor Sergei Lisichansk Dunayev. This company has repeatedly appealed to the authorities for protection of domestic producers. Fees will allow this company to remove from the market competitors from Russia, Belarus and other countries.

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Date: 22 May 2012

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