Braun: Made in Where?

Yesterday, as we were walking through the city arcades, a friend of mine bough a spare blade for his Braun shaver. A common thing, nothing special:

Braun series 5 shaver blade, foil and cutter 51B.
Braun shaver blade, foil and cutter.

However, the reverse side of the pack caught our attention. At first glance, there was nothing special either:

Braun shaver blade, the reverse side of the packaging.
Braun shaver blade, the reverse side of the packaging. It costs $70, but at least it says it is made in Germany.
Braun shaver blade, the reverse side of the packaging, a closer look.
Braun shaver blade, the reverse side of the packaging, a closer look.

Alongside with “Made in Germany”, the packaging also says something about Lu Chun Road, Shanghai and China in the paragraph with strange letters. Should that bother the consumer? It explicitly says “Made in Germany” in English. The Chinese address may be the address of an importer or a distributor. Let's solve the mystery and translate:

Google translation: Braun is made in China.
Google translation: Braun is made in China

The “strange letters” turned out to be Russian, and the first tree words “Сделано в Китае” say “Made in China”.

So, why only the Russian paragraph discloses in detail where the product came from? The English, German, French and Italian text instead is reminding the customers that they should spend another $70 in 18 months.

Source:  annystudio.com