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About 86 Percent of Russians Don't Mind Purchasing Counterfeit Goods
March 12, 2018 18:43


About 86 percent of Russians are loyal to purchases of counterfeit goods, and 75 percent are ready to purchase them as a gift. This is stated in the study of BrandMonitor. The poll involved 10 thousand people aged 18 to 55 years. It turned out that Muscovites are the most selective: one out of every five expressed readiness to buy exclusively original goods.

The residents of the Far East and the North Caucasus are the least bit picky about quality - they are more than ready to give fakes to others.

On average, about 25 percent of Russians refused to buy non-original goods as a gift. The most popular fakes are clothes, footwear and accessories. A third of respondents also said that they would buy counterfeit electronics.

It is noted that the counterfeit comes to Russia mainly from China and the countries of South-East Asia. Some industries are concentrated on the territory of Russia and neighboring republics. More than half of illegally imported goods from the PRC are toys, almost a third are clothes, and five percent is food.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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