Israel to abolish deceptive pricing ending in .99 shekels
The government phased out one- and five-agorot coins years ago, but a law against dodgy pricing will go into effect January 1.
From the beginning of next year, Israeli retailers will be barred from charging prices ending in 99 agorot in an attempt to make a product appear less expensive.
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