The Eurasian Union – a trading bloc that includes Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus – has banned the import, sale and manufacture of underwear containing synthetic materials unless it meets a very strict absorption standard. Up to 90 percent of ladies underwear currently sold in those countries will be banned under the rule, which takes effect July 1.
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