Ethical businesses: We're changing currency, not prices

Some 300 businesses with over 10,000 outlets have agreed as part of the Ethics Code Project to display special stickers confirming each owner's promise not to raise prices during euro-adoption period in Slovakia, Igor Barát of Government Proxy for the Introduction of the Euro told the TASR on July 24. The signatures have been gathered in a campaign that began two years ago. An even more intensive campaign to add more names to the list is now underway.

Some 300 businesses with over 10,000 outlets have agreed as part of the Ethics Code Project to display special stickers confirming each owner's promise not to raise prices during euro-adoption period in Slovakia, Igor Barát of Government Proxy for the Introduction of the Euro told the TASR on July 24. The signatures have been gathered in a campaign that began two years ago. An even more intensive campaign to add more names to the list is now underway.

The official logo of the project will include the slogan: 'We're changing the currency, not prices'. Stickers with the logo will be distributed to participating businesses. The Ethics Code project was launched in 2006 as a joint initiative of the Government Proxy and the Business Alliance of Slovakia.

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