As RBC writes, the document proposes introducing general regulation for all marketplaces and additional regulation for those occupying more than 20% of the market.

It is clarified that the bill should fill gaps in legislation that contribute to market monopolization and put sellers and owners of order pick-up points at a disadvantage.

It is also noted that marketplaces that have a significant position in the market can abuse the opportunity to unilaterally change working conditions, even to the point of imposing sanctions and blocking personal accounts for violations of offer agreements.

Earlier, Deputy Head of the Russian Ministry of Industry and Trade Viktor Evtukhov said that the Russian department supports the idea of ​​​​providing preferences for Russian goods on marketplaces.