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GORKI, June 6 (Itar-Tass) — Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev plans to hold, in the near future, a number of consultations with experts over the issues that are "sensitive" to domestic producers. He said so at a conference with representatives of the Expert Community over the development of the national economy in the conditions of Russia's joining the World Trade Organization.
"We have to create a plan of work with the Expert Council," Medvedev said.
The plan should be based on the results of meetings with experts. "I'll hold such meetings not only over general issues as today, but also on sectoral ones - meat production, dairy products and other sensitive issues, such as car-making," the prime minister promised.