They predpupredit about fast increase in prices for bakery products, having pointed to the increased cost of flour and gasoline, depreciation of ruble, increase in the minimum wage rate and taxes. FAS has already reacted with the Photo: Producers have warned depositphotos.com about fast increase in prices for bread. The Russian bakeries conduct negotiations on it with retail chain stores, Kommersant writes. The reasons of this compelled decision they call increase in prices for flour and gasoline, increase in the minimum wage rate, taxes and depreciation of ruble. The edition refers to the letters of two large Krasnoyarsk producers of Yarkhleb and Dikhleb bread sent to retail chain stores. In letters producers warn that selling prices of various bakery products will be raised on average by 8-12%. The current rise in price is an objective reality, the vice-president of the Russian grain union Alexander Korbut considers: Alexander Korbut the vice-president of the Russian grain union Yes, price of bread will raise, it is the objective reality connected with some facts. First, after all prices of corn at us have really grown. But that conversation which is carried on by Krasnoyarsk citizens is how reasonable, you know, I wouldn't risk to try to tell that people in something are right or wrong because it is professionals who see the situation from within. It is necessary to consider that at us the VAT grows, well, since January 1, and it seems on agricultural products there is no growth, but there is absolutely other picture if we look at this increase in prices from the point of view of those services which are received by the same millers and bakers. They receive services with the increased VAT. Further: fuel has risen in price. Further: course. A considerable part of the equipment which is available at our enterprises for production and torments, and bread is import. Addition of all these circumstances also is an objective factor for increase in prices". The problem is far-fetched, bread has to bake small business, but not bakeries, then there will be a real competition, the president of the Russian guild of bakers and confectioners Yury Katsnelson:yury Katsnelson the president of the Russian guild of bakers and confectioners "is sure the Dikhleb Company has started information that the price and for 10% can rise, and in the neighboring provinces it is even more. And such great, they have them nearly 15% of the market. Actually, everything is not so. First, this company has slightly less than 1% of the market, but not 15%. The first: it is a lie. The second: why shout of it and some industrial producers speak? Because their business promptly slides to zero. In Krasnoyarsk Krai the largest producer of Krasnoyarsk Bread bread which includes three bakeries, the bankrupt. Well and who is guilty of it? Naturally, someone is guilty around, but not. Bread baking economy such is around the world that bread baking is a small-scale production. Around the world the baker makes and itself sells the production. Now at us 85% produce bread and sell wholesale in trade. Therefore when at us the regional authorities pay attention to a vypecheniye and will give the chance to develop to small-scale production — small
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