Wholesale of non-motor vehicles
French cosmetics manufacturer L'Occitane International SA increased its net profit to a record 241.9 million euros in the financial year 2022.
German Minister of Food and Agriculture Cem Ozdemir said that it is necessary to look for alternatives to the usual grain exports from Ukraine and an increase in food prices is expected.
German sports brands Adidas and Puma continue to accept orders for the supply of the 2023 collection from Russian retailers, Izvestia writes.
When iPhones are brought into Russia through parallel imports, smartphone prices will not rise too much, independent expert Alexander Anfinogenov said.
The re:Store chain, which is part of Inventive Retail Group, IRG and is Apple's retail operator, has begun closing a number of stores in Russia.
Russian owners of shopping centers plan to replace foreign brands that have left the Russian market with Turkish counterparts, writes Hürriyet.
In Russia, it is necessary to establish a special working regime for returning Western companies in order to monitor product prices.
Many foreign companies make false statements about their withdrawal from the Russian market, said Natalya Kasperskaya, chairman of the board of the Association of Software Developers "Domestic Soft".
Russia is the largest market in Europe, so abandoning it is hardly in the plans of foreign companies.
The Russian government plans to create a system of wholesale food markets. This was stated by Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
The largest importer of alcohol in Russia, Ladoga, will again reduce prices for its products.
The European Union will ban the supply of cement, rubber, timber and chemicals from Russia, Reuters reports, citing a source.
Such a wave is no longer connected with political reasons, but with economic ones.
Britain will not pay for Russian goods in rubles. This was stated by the representative of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Working with the distribution chain and creating transparent pricing rules will help reduce the excessive demand for goods.