The new regulations come at a time when shortages in the domestic market of goods and services in high demand by the population and the private and cooperative sectors are hurting the economy.
They are also trying to combat the effects of the informal market, mainly in constant price increases.
According to the official, these measures aim to confirm the state monopoly of foreign trade by introducing state regulations and controls, strengthen the state enterprise that conducts foreign trade, increase the efficiency of operations with non-state forms of management, and continue to create targeted state micro, small and medium . . .