Romania to amend law on supermarket food marketing to avoid EU sanctions

supermaketRomania will change the law compelling shops to sell at least 51 percent of Romanian products in order to avoid being sanctioned by the European Union. The announcement was made by the head of the Committee for Agriculture of the Chamber of Deputies, Ioan Munteanu, quoted by Business-Review.eu.

According to the MP, three of the articles of the law should be amended. The most important article states that supermarkets must sell 51 percent of Romanian products that come from the short chain. The second article that will be amended states that shops must place ads for local producers in their parking lots.The second article states that supermarkets should create specially customized spaces for Romanian products.

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