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February 27, 2021
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Bucharest turns its back on Russian market

Romania continues to turn its back on the huge Russian market located in its close proximity against the backdrop in which all serious businessmen converge on Moscow, Mihai Macsim, general manager and founding president of the Ro­ma­nian-Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIRR), stated yesterday. “Romanians have lost their minds and we continue to shun the huge Russian market that is just two steps away from home,” Mihai Macsim stated in an interview for Agerpres. He pointed out that Romanian suppliers are sought by Russian bidders because of the quality of products and because they enjoy the trump card of proximity, but for the time being business deals are not coming to fruition.

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