(Pilsen, July 13, 2015) The 50th International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary was visited by not only thousands of film fans and real celebrities, but also officers of the Czech Trade Inspection Authority who were interested in various goods and services offered to the participants of the festival. When compared with the previous year, inspections showed worse results as regards honesty of sale of goods and provision of services. Almost 50% of inspections showed flaws and the director of the inspectorate based in Pilsen made it publicly known in advance that he would use inspectors from other regions as well. “Entrepreneurs most frequently violated the Act on Consumer Protection. There is a bad news for guests of restaurants in Karlovy Vary – defects were mostly discovered in ordinary restaurants and not in seasonal stalls with fast food and refreshments,” said the inspectorate’s director Jan Řezáč.
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