Principles of H.R.B.A.

  • HRBA's members believe in free market and pure competition.
  • The Association requires the existence of a principled framework within which the companies and the businessmen are called to develop their entrepreneurship freely.
  • The Association believes in free labour relations in order to increase the employment.
  • The Association believes in working hours without time limit, including Sunday.
  • The Association considers the customers and the workforce of the members invaluable.
  • The Association believes that the best customer is the one who is educated and well-informed.
  • The Association believes that the protection of the customer, as far as prices, quality and services are concerned, constitutes its basic principle.
  • The Association believes that the demanding customers improve the companies.
  • The Association believes that the customer is more powerful than the market.
  • The Association believes in free information and advertisement regarding the members' products and the 'abilities' of those products.
  • The Association believes that the consumer has the right to free access and demand to satisfy his/her consuming and living needs.
  • The Association requires the reduction of employee and employer taxes in order to increase the employment.
  • The Association aims at equating the salaries and wages of the workforce with Europe's standards.
  • The Association maintains optimism for the development of the markets both in the short run and in the long run.
  • The Association avoids the conflicts and consents to the collaborations and the consensual processes.
  • The Association believes that the trade and the services develop similarly in all their forms and consequently their representation should be unified.
  • The Association supports and secures the distribution of counterfeit goods.
  • The companies - members of the Association act legally and are based on 'healthy' trade and strong competition.