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No More Pavement Advertisement In Moscow
24.04.2013 16:40
No More Pavement Advertisement In Moscow

 The Moscow City Duma has now banned the free and inofficial pavement advertisement. Individuals will have to pay up to R2500 ($83), civil servants - up to R7500 ($250), and companies - up to R15,000 ($500). 

      The only case when any writing on the pavement may be allowed is a public announcement concerning the road exploitation. 

      At the same time graffitis on the public and commercial edifices and building sites will also now be a subject to fine. Individuals will pay up to R1500 ($50), civil servants - up to R10,000 ($333), and companies up to R25,000 ($830). 


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Moscow advertisement in Russia    

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