Research company InComeIn and the legal company REVERA prepared a review of the Belarusian medical goods market.
1. General characteristics of Belarusian medical goods market
2. State registration of medical goods
State registration procedure
3. Certification and declaration of conformity
Maximum bulk markups
Maximum retail markups
5. Public procurement of medical goods
Peculiarities of medical goods procurements
Applying preferential change
6. Advertising and promotion
Peculiarities of medical goods advertising
7. Regulation of medical goods turnover at the EAEU level
Registration of medical goods
Technical, clinical and laboratory trials, biological effect trials
Production of medical goods
Marking of medical goods
Rules of competition in the single market of medical goods
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In 2020, Belarusian meat processors managed to increase the production of sausages and smoked meats due to the growth of domestic demand amid the coronavirus epidemic, as well as due to the favorable conjuncture of the Russian market.
2020 not only did not solve the problems of Belarus, but also added new ones. So, the expectations that next year it will be possible to get significant benefits due to lower energy prices, were not satisfied: the gas price remains at the level of 2020, and the oil price will even increase due to the tax maneuver in Russia. The question of the timing of the receipt of the second part of the Russian loan funds remains unresolved.
The US Congress approved the 2020 Bill of Belarusian Democracy, Human Rights and Sovereignty.
In January-September 2020, the GDP of Belarus amounted to BYN 106.6 billion, or in comparable prices 98.7% over the same period in 2019. In addition to the coronavirus epidemic and two currency crises, the main impact on the economic decline was made by the decrease in turnover in the petrochemistry and mechanical engineering.
Among other obvious factors, the protests in Belarus were the result of global changes in the economy. The old model, the tangible industrial one, is more and more moving aside, and it is being replaced by a new, information technology model generally known as postindustrial.