Is this phrase correct in the meaning?


is this statement correct “Economic and social welfare represents an obstacle to counterfeiting ” if not , how would you order this words : economic-represents-social-and-to-counterfeiting-welfare -an-obstacle

It is a little difficult to figure out what exactly you are referring to because “counterfeiting” is usually making fake versions of things, especially money. If you are talking about someone in a lower class not having the initial money to get the resources needed to counterfeit something, whether it is cash or brand name items, that would make sense.

In this case, you have two subjects. You talk about both economic welfare and social welfare. As a result, these should use a third person singular verb form. Use represent, with no s.

Correctly rewritten: Economic and social welfare represent an obstacle to counterfeiting.

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