In the crisis of the Sverdlovsk try to buy products cheaper, but cheaper doesn't mean better: the government has declared war on counterfeit

In the crisis of the Sverdlovsk try to buy products cheaper, but cheaper doesn't mean better: the government has declared war on counterfeitIn the crisis of the Sverdlovsk trying to save money and choose the products cheaper, however, winning in the price buyers lose in quality. Regional authorities have declared war on counterfeit products flooding the shelves. Measures to prevent counterfeit products on the Sverdlovsk shelves already proposed by the government.See also:-->Sverdlovsk warned against too cheap goods: the oil can cost 50 rubles-->The producers asked Kuyvasheva to increase the number of inspections: "the market is full of counterfeit!".



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