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Nestle and Renault withdrew from Russia as the British backed the boycott

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rites are willing to boycott firms if they continue to operate Russiashowed new polls.

Almost two-thirds of people are ready to stop buying goods and services if they find a connection with Russia, according to a survey on the order consultation Hanbury Strategy.

It is the Swiss food business of Nestlé and a French car manufacturer Renault became the last companies to join the corporate exodus from Russia.

Nestlé has announced that it is under pressure and suspending sales of most products in Russia, covering everything from Kit Kat and Nesquik.

“As the war rages in Ukraine, our activities in Russia will focus on providing the necessary food, such as baby food and medical / hospital food, rather than making a profit,” Nestle said.

French automaker Renault also reversed his previous decision to stay in the country and stopped working at his Moscow plant. He also “assesses the available options” of his share in the Russian automaker “AVTOVAZ”.

Based in the UK Reckitt Benckiserwhat does Durex condoms and Dettol, said in a statement last night that “it is working intensively to assess a number of further options, details of which we cannot succeed now.” He has suspended advertising in Russia but continues to sell products.

Chinese carmaker Geely has suspended operations at its base in Belarus and is considering risks of continuing trade in Russia.

The Hanbury poll found that 6 out of 10 Britons want companies to stop trading in Russia altogether, while about 4 out of 10 said companies should make charitable donations to support the humanitarian crisis.

Most large enterprises ceased or ceased operations in Russia a month after the country’s invasion of Ukraine. However, not everyone has. Unilever suspended exports and imports to Russia, but continues to supply basic necessities.

Nestle and Renault withdrew from Russia as the British backed the boycott

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