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HP and Dell followed Apple forbidden to sell their technique in Crimea
Dell and Hewlett-Packard (HP) required from partners to stop selling its products in the Crimea because of the sanctions imposed by the United States in respect of the peninsula. This was reported on Monday, “Kommersant” referring to representatives of Russian retail chains.
One of them told the publication that the company received a notification from HP to ban from 1 February 2015 sales and contacts with legal entities, registered in the Crimea.
Earlier, Russian representation Apple has notified its partners about the ban from 1 February 2015 the sale of their units on the territory of Crimea. Leading analyst Mobile Research Group Eldar Murtazin has posted in his microblog on Twitter a copy of the letter sent by its partners in Russia. It citing “Obligations in relation to exports” distributor agreement with the company, it is reported that due to the sanctions imposed by the US against the Crimea, authorized dealer “undertakes not to sell Apple products and / or provide services related to Apple products in Autonomous Republic of Crimea “.
Followed by Visa and MasterCard notified its customers to stop work on the peninsula and the payment system PayPal , owned by eBay. “It was a very difficult decision for us, but unfortunately, we currently can not provide services to clients in the Crimea” – to be confirmed in a letter sent international service to its customers in the Crimea on the night of January 23.
Following the PayPal on the limitation for its users work in the Crimea announced a number of services Google – users will not have access to mobile games and applications from the Crimea, since January 31, 2015. For residents of Crimea company left only free access to their services such as search, maps and mail.
USA December 19, imposed sanctions on acceding to the Russian Crimea, prohibiting US companies export goods, services and technologies in the Crimea.
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