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MOSCOW, November 2. /TASS/. President Vladimir Putin will give start to discussion on e-commerce in Russia, the President’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
According to him, it concerns the need to ensure balance of interests of domestic and foreign market players.
"It is likely that today the President will chair a meeting on e-commerce," he told reporters.
He said that this meeting will give a start to a detailed discussion of what is going on in the country, what rules are required and how it is possible to promote the development of domestic segment of e-commerce."
The Russian government should ensure a balance of interests between domestic and foreign players on e-commerce market, Peskov said.
"The fact that it is a huge sector of the economy; there are absolute world leaders, there is a growing domestic sector," he said ahead of the president’s meeting on this matter.
"The question is how to ensure balance of interests," he said.
Besides a meeting on e-commerce the President’s agenda also includes a meeting with members of the Cabinet, which concerns the Address to the Federal Assembly.