The range of choice in Mart Inn, a freshly-opened grocery outlet, is rather limited. Most of the labels are in Belarusian, while other stores prefer Russian. The absolute novelty are self-service terminals, where customers can pay by card. These are impressions of a Minsk resident who has recently visited the new store owned by brothers Gintaras and Mindaugas Marcinkevičius. The Lithuanian entrepreneurs entered the Belarusian retail market with a shop in Minsk, right next to the Kamenaya Gorka metro station.
Lithuanian entrepreneurs venture into Belarus
Violeta Bagdanavičiūtė | 15 min.2012.12.12 11:17
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