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Migrants prohibited to trade at Russian markets
2.04.2007 16:01
Migrants prohibited to trade at Russian markets

Starting April 1 migrants are not allowed to trade at Russian markets. As a result, over a third of sales outlets operating at Moscows markets never opened yesterday, reports Kommersant. Moreover, in some regions up to 80% of trade points have received a status of vacant. Analysts say that a half of migrants happened to work at markets will return home, to their countries, or change their qualification; all the rest will try to get Russian passports. The protecting indigenous population decree will undoubtedly lead to rise in prices, suppose experts.
      Russian people can replace foreigners at markets, but, unfortunately, its difficult to earn much in this sphere (unless youre a business owner). Therefore, cities will have to wait for Russians to find this sum satisfactory and work.
      More information on this subject:
      Migrants to have limited choice of work
      Over 250 billion rubles unduly taken abroad every year


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