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Foreign enterprises interested in exporting their products to Russian markets, now have their chance to house their goods at the trade center Food City. Interested suppliers include enterprises from Iran, Mexico, Syria, Tunisia, Georgia, China, India, Morocco, Turkey, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia and others.
Russia's federal retail network Perekrestok (Crossroads), as represented by the company's Commercial Director Yulia Leonova, signed a cooperation agreement with the National Agency for Export Development of the Kingdom of Morocco Maroc Export, which was represented by its CEO Zahra Maafiri, on the initiative support to the African country's exporters and strengthen trade relationships, according to the official docment.
Russian regions, in which large retail networks and hypermarkets hardly exert a presence, have untapped potential. Because the average purchasing power of Russians has dropped, hypermarkets could get a leg up on local competition by offering low prices and a large assortment of goods, said Maxim Palt, senior analyst for market research at the consulting firm CBRE Group, Inc.