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MOSCOW, December 26. /ITAR-TASS/. Opinion poll findings at 22% suggest games and toys are presents bought most often for Russian children and teenagers, head of Russia's Federal State Statistics Service Rosstat Alexander Surinov told a news conference on Thursday.
Second most popular are decorative cosmetics, creams, shampoos and body-care products given a rating of 14%. Towels, tablecloths and napkins scored 8% followed by perfumes and cologne water at 7% and chocolates and sweets at 6%.
Rosstat statistics show that consumer prices in November 2013 had grown year-on-year by 5.3% for chocolates and sweets, 4.3% for perfumes and cologne, 4.1% for towels, tablecloths and napkins, and 4% for toys and cosmetics.