Marketplaces reported that it has expanded its range of auto components since the beginning of the year. Sellers attribute this to the start of parallel imports in Russia.
According to Kommersant, dealers have expressed confidence that auto parts shortages are a thing of the past. Retailers are also noticing an increase in counterfeit items on the market.
The number of offers for the sale of various auto parts on the Avito site increased to 39 million, or 21% compared to last year. Yandex.Market reported a double increase in bids in this category. Basically, buyers are interested in parts of cars such as Lada, KIA, Hyundai and Volkswagen. It was previously reported that Ural industrialists saw parallel imports as the most effective support measure.
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