SWEDEN/UK: Shoppers Pay The Price For Top Brands' Greed
Shoppers in the UK and in Sweden are paying up to 44 per cent more than consumers in other western countries for dozens of branded goods, according to a government report published yesterday. The report, commissioned by the UK's Department of Trade and Industry and the Swedish government, looked at the prices of 133 branded items, including clothing and footwear products, in the UK, Sweden, France, Germany and the US.
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