Johnson & Johnson currently continues to supply Acuvue contact lenses to Russia, Toblerone filed for deli meat brand registration and other events on May 31.

Trade problems in Russia, meat delicacies from the chocolate manufacturer Toblerone: the main thing May 31


  • 53% of employers plan to increase employee salaries in 2023. Most of the time, IT, construction and real estate managers will increase employee salaries.
  • The American company Johnson & Johnson at the moment continues to supply Acuvue contact lenses to Russia. Earlier, Kommersant’s sources in the market talked about receiving notifications from the company about the suspension of imports of lenses.
  • The company applied to legalize external crypto deals and introduce cashback on several Russian products. This is part of the proposals of the special report to the president on the problems of business in Russia.
  • The Russian perfume market began to reduce its activity. According to first quarter results, perfume production and sales decreased by 9% and 6.2%, respectively, only imports from EAEU countries are growing, Kommersant learned.
  • The Toblerone chocolate manufacturer has applied for the registration of a deli meat brand. myThis will allow it to protect the trademark of the Remit plant, which wanted to produce sausages under this name, Vedomosti found out.


  • The newest Russian “stealth” corvette of project 20386 is being redesigned for further development of a number of innovative solutions, RIA Novosti has learned.


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Source: RB

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