FAS: it is necessary to reduce excessive antitrust regulation in the context of pandemic

Excessive antitrust regulation should be reduced to a pandemic, said Deputy head of the FAS Sergey puzyrevskiy. He said that unscheduled inspections may be conducted only in case of threat to life and health of people.

“In such circumstances it is necessary to reduce excessive antitrust regulation on business. The President signed the law, adopted restrictions and a ban on scheduled inspections, which relate to the planned work in the field of Antimonopoly control, and significantly reduces unscheduled inspections” – leads TASS words Puzyrevskiy.

According to Puzyrevskiy, antitrust unscheduled inspections may be conducted only in situations where there is a threat to human health. “First and foremost, this applies to commodities: foodstuffs, medicines, and availability, and the inability of acquisition affect this. Here are limits for carrying out inspections, and in some cases almost these checks blocked”, – said Deputy head of FAS.

Puzyrevskiy explained that in cases when the FAS takes a decision on prosecution, all cases will this installment on the penalties for at least three months to ease the financial burden for entrepreneurs.

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