RUSSIA: Wholesale Trade Centre Opens In Central Russia
A wholesale trade centre selling clothing and textiles opened in Tula, in central Russia, in late July according to the BelaPAN news agency.The centre, named Belarus, will sell clothing and textiles produced by textile industry enterprises in Mogilyov in Belarus. Among the Mogilyov companies supplying their products to the centre will be Obuv, Mogotex, and Lenta.The authorities in Mogilyov are in turn expected to provide commercial space for the opening of a wholesale store selling goods from Tula region. An agreement between the municipal authorities in Mogilyov and Tula also provides for the establishment of a retail store selling Belarusian goods in Tula.
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