• The Ministry of industry and trade reported an increase in turnover of coats with chips on 850 percent

  • The growth of legal turnover amounted to more than 850 percent. This was stated by state Secretary, Deputy head of the Ministry of industry and trade Viktor Evtukhov at the all-Russian forum of light industry, reports "Interfax".

    According to him, one of the key problems of light industry is the illegal trafficking in furs. "Of course, we will insist that the light industry products were marked with a broad assortment," said Evtukhov.

    The countries of the Eurasian economic Union agreed to implement special chips for marking light industry products in September 2015. Chipping of coats necessary for the fight against counterfeit products, the share of which, according to experts, the market of the EAEU countries is 70-85 percent.

    From 1 December the turnover of untagged devices is prohibited. Mandatory labeling to be fur coats and other products made from mink, nutria, Fox, Fox, rabbit, hare, raccoon and sheepskin. FNS is the operator of the information state system of labeling, and the chips produces Goznak.

    If successful, a unified marking system can spread in 2017 on clothes, shoes, medicines and baby products.


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