The authorities have postponed the transition of business to a new electronic signature format, H&M has paid almost a year in advance for rent for its store in Moscow, Mercedes-Benz intends to sell its plant in the Moscow region and others. events on August 26. in the summary of RB.RU.
- The Dutch city of The Hague has asked to be temporarily released from the implementation of EU anti-Russian sanctions. As part of the sanctions, the EU must terminate contracts with Russian companies by October 10, but The Hague does not have time to find a replacement for Gazprom’s supplies.
- Representatives of the US CIA began to show interest in the real estate that the Russians are actively buying in Turkey and threaten local business circles with the negative consequences of cooperation with Russia, writes the pro-government newspaper Yeni Shafak .
- In Russia they proposed to abandon plastic containers for flowers. It can start from September 1, according to the Russian Environmental Operator: the organization has already sent its recommendations to the regional educational authorities.
- The Government of the Russian Federation postponed the transition of companies to a new electronic signature format, from January 1 to September 1, 2023. This is the second time that the timeline has been delayed, the transition was supposed to start in 2022.
- The Bank of Russia warned about the return of crypto fraudsters to the offline world. They organize offices to provide their clients with more opportunities to replenish trading accounts or deposit funds into a cryptocurrency project, regardless of whether it is internal or external.
- H&M, which has announced its withdrawal from the Russian market, paid rent for its Moscow store almost a year in advance. The retailer will also pay penalties to the owner of the Columbus mall. The total amount of payments was estimated at more than 400 million rubles.
- Mercedes-Benz intends to sell its car assembly plant in the Moscow region. The buyer can be an “Autodom” dealer.
- Starting in the summer of 2023, Russia plans to start labeling blouses, shirts, suits, faux fur coats and other clothing. The Ministry of Industry and Commerce has already drawn up a draft government decree.
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