Japanese printer manufacturer Kyocera has resumed delivery of its equipment to Russia. This is evidenced by the fact that the Ministry of Industry and Trade removed the company’s name from the list of goods allowed to be imported into the country under the parallel import program. red blood cell.
A representative from the Ministry of Industry and Trade told the publication that information has been received from retail chains that supplies have resumed. They did not specify where they started selling the printers.
According to RBC, Kyocera products are currently available for purchase on DNS, M.Video-Eldorado and Citylink websites.
Kyocera is a Japanese company founded in 1959. It is engaged in the production of kitchenware, electronic components, ceramic products, solar panels, office supplies and other products.
It was noted that Kyocera only “sold the rest of the warehouse”, and the company denied information about the resumption of deliveries.
It was previously reported that the Ministry of Industry and Trade wanted it. close The road to Russia for Cisco.
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