Eight companies added to Belarus govt’s export promotion list

11.08.2017 09:28 / Belarus

MINSK - The list of Belarus-based companies, which can rely on state-owned banks’ export credits and leasing schemes to sell their products abroad, has grown by 8 companies to reach 71, in accordance with the government’s resolution No. 596 of August 8, 2017.

The document was made public on August 8. Among the new entrants are a Brest-based manufacturer of air conditioning equipment, Gomel-based KOMKONT JV, a Vitebsk-based television equipment producer and Belarusian-German JV MAZ-MAN.


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