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MINSK, November 22 (Itar-Tass) — Belarus and Russia could strengthen their positions in the world market of reaping vehicles if Gomselmash and Rostelmash companies merged into one.
“If we unite the capacities of our two companies which produce reaping vehicles, we could get a strong foothold in the Customs Union market and in the markets of third states,” Belarusian Prime Minister Mikhail Myasnikovich said at a meeting with Vasily Golubev, the governor of Russia’s Rostov region.
Myasnikovich said it was impossible to implement the unification project so far because of inability to establish direct contacts with Rostselmash owners.
“But I think that the fruit will ripen,” the Belarusian prime minister said.