MOSCOW, July 19 (Itar-Tass) - Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev ordered the ministry of economic development, the ministry of industry and trade and to the ministry of agriculture jointly with the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs /RSPP/ to undertake before October 1 measures to protect interests of Russian producers of ammonium nitrate and of other export products with the use of mechanisms of settling disputes in the framework of the World Trade Organisation.
The list of orders is published on Friday on the government’s official site on the Internet following the prime minister’s meeting with the Union members on July 10.
The ministries have received orders to analyse the activities of the Eurasian economic commission in making decisions on protecting measures for Russian producers of industrial and agricultural products and to prepare jointly with the Union their suggestions on higher effectiveness of protective measures applicable in the Customs Union.
The prime minister ordered the finance ministry, the ministry of economic development, the country’s stock market commission and Rostechnadzor to analyse use of the obligatory liability insurance of owners of a hazardous object against damage in an accident and to offer suggestions on possible corrections of tariffs in this sort of insurance.
The ministry of labour, the ministry of industry and trade, the ministry of transport and the ministry of economic development, the finance ministry and the ministry of energy with participation of public unions of employers and trade unions should present to the government before September 25 their suggestions on support of employees of industrial enterprises, which are being modernised.