Consumers continue to struggle to discern authentic products from counterfeits, according to a recent EU survey.
The coronavirus outbreak has also resulted in a huge surge in online ordering.
Counterfeit imports are on the rise, affecting a wide range of sectors, including cosmetics, toys, wines and other beverages, electronics, clothes, and even insecticides. These can put consumers’ health and safety at danger, not to mention the economic damage, such as revenue losses, tax losses, and unemployment.
Approximately one out of every seven Hungarians buys counterfeit goods.
In our survey, we asked users if they recognize counterfeit products.
36% of our respondents believe they can tell the difference, while 29% say they can’t.
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