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Belarus among leading former Soviet nations in information development

Supermarkets in Belarus have already started putting “fair price tags” with the full value of the product per kilogram and liter. Many buyers liked this initiative because of the possibility of comparing prices from different suppliers.

“FAIR PRICE TAGS”

Price per liter can be determined easier. For example, if the value of one package of milk is 1 ruble 10 kopecks per 0.8 liters, you should multiply 1 by 1.10 rubles and divide by 0.8. As a result, a liter of milk costs 1 ruble 38 kopecks. The cost per kilo or per liter will be placed under the price per unit.

FAST. CONVENIENTLY. RELIABLE.

The number of online payments with smartphones and tablets has increased by 141% in 2016.

Mostly online payments are made from devices based on Android.

Buyers from other countries have payed by cards at Belarusian sites two times more often than in 2015.

DEMAND EXCEEDS SUPPLY

Salmon price goes up because of the sharpest fish population decline in the last 25 years.

Estimated price per kilogram will reach 50 rubles in Belarus. According to analysts, the January price is the peak price and within a year it will reduce.

TOURISM IN BELARUS

The average Belarusian tourist check is about 70 euros. Our guests spend this very amount of money on gifts. The most popular souvenirs are products made of clay, wicker and linen, crystal and glassware, knitwear, alcohol and confectionery.

People from 26 countries around the world enjoyed Belarusian sweets and chocolate.

BELARUS IT SECTOR ON TOP AGAIN

Belarus has improved its positions in the global ranking of information development and has become a leader in the CIS, which is a union of a number of former Soviet nations.

Moreover, Belarusian IT specialists have developed a guide that provides a glimpse into chemical compounds and is compatible with IT products. It will be the foundation of the European system for combating trafficking in illicit substances.

Belarus among leading former Soviet nations in information development