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Russian police have exposed more than 100,000 various offenses in market trade across the country this year
Russian police have exposed more than 100,000 various offenses in market trade across the country this year, First Deputy Interior Minister Alexander Chekalin told reporters on Tuesday. Law-enforcement authorities have confiscated 230 million roubles of goods from illegal turnover in the designated period. "The checks showed the inadmissibly high crime rate at Russian markets and trade outlets. At present, one-third of crimes on the consumer market exposed by police are economic ones," Chekalin said. Last year, more than 23,000 criminal cases were opened in the retail trade sector, 758 licenses were suspended or annulled, 1.2 decaliters of surrogate alcohol were confiscated, and more than 900 illegal shops were liquidated, according to the police official. Chekalin believes commissions that should include representatives of the Federal Migration Service, the Rospotrebnadzor consumer health watchdog, and other supervising agencies can help restore order on the markets. Another serious problem is the sale of counterfeit products. "More than 3,000 crimes and some 25,000 administrative offenses have been exposed in the sphere of combating pirated products. More than 200 million roubles of such products have been withdrawn from sale and destroyed," he said.
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