Friday, July 31, 2009

Cherkizovsky Market Closed Because of Counterfeit and Pirated Goods From China

Cherkizovsky Market, Russia's biggest market was closed down after discovery of more than 6,000 containers of counterfeit and pirated goods from China worth US$ 2 billion. The market was described by Russia Today (RT) as a "country within a country". Read RT's article and watch their video about it here.

Global Times, China's other official publication beside Xinhua, does not mention the reason for the closure at all in an article called 'Can-do Russians work around trade problems', read here.

1 comment:

Rechtsberatung said...

This is the shocking news for the China and the Russia to see the trade between them. I hope China will be consider on their goods and sort out the problem.