Higher prices for women, Pink Tax attracts attention of France's women's rights minister
France's finance ministry has said it will investigate the extent of the so-called Pink Tax in France, a phenomenon in which products marketed to women cost more than those for men. In October the feminist collective Georgette Sand started posting photos online of similar products priced differently. Their campaign caught the eye of France's minister for women's rights, who announced the study with the finance minister in November. RFI looks into the Pink Tax, and into the status of this report.