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Number of kiosks has decreased in Moscow

Number of kiosks has decreased in the North-Eastern and Eastern parts of Moscow by 40% and 30% respectively as a result of the Moscow mayor’s initiative to regulate kiosk retail.

The kiosks that had been distracting car and pedestrian traffic were removed. New location plan and kiosk design were developed. There are going to be 9.6 thousand kiosks in the city according to the new plan: 6.4 thousand existent kiosks and 3.2 thousand new ones.

 

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The reporter of MySlo.ru, Tula’s city portal, interviewed Sergey Sorokin, the managing director of advertising agency “Media”, which is one of the winners of design projects competition

According to Mr. Sorokin, this may not be the exact way the kiosks in Tula will look. The design project commented on by Atrtemiy Lebedev has not participated in bidding process.

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148 unlicensed kiosks were removed in Samara

During the first quarter 148 unlicensed kiosks were removed in Samara, including beer stalls. According to Valery Morgunov, the vice mayor and head of the Department of Commerce, 950 kiosks installed without permit will be removed in 2012.

3097 cases of violation of trade rules were reported this year; the fines totaled to over 2 million rules, but only 400,000 were collected so far. The administration plans to introduce mandatory seizure of property as a measure against deliberate non-payers.

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Newsstands are to be removed from Zelenograd’s bus stops

This decision was made neither yesterday nor at the district level, but last year by the government of Moscow. Meanwhile the kiosk and the stop form a single structure called “bus stop retail unit”. The dismantling of these units continues across Moscow and will start this year in Zelenograd.

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Demolition of kiosks in Saratov. Entrepreneurs are threatening to burn themselves in protest

According to the letter sent to the online magazine PlanetaSMI.ru by Saratov entrepreneurs, the police is actively participating in demolishing the kiosks claiming that they were put there illegally in the first place. Saratov entrepreneurs call it abuse of office, vigilantism. They say that the local officials are claiming to be ridding the city of the “illegal” kiosks and providing the police with the wrong information regarding the legal status of kiosks to speed up the demolition process.

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