Products marketed to girls and women cost an average of 7 percent more than similar products aimed at boys and men, the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs says.
Products marketed to girls and women cost an average of 7 percent more than similar products aimed at boys and men, the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs says. File illustration
Products marketed to girls and women cost an average of 7 percent more than similar products aimed at boys and men, the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs says. File illustration

Female-oriented products cost more than those for men, New York City says

December 22, 2015 04:57 PM

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