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A prominent Jeddah businessman has expressed concern over the huge volumes of counterfeit electrical and electronic appliances flooding the Saudi market through Dubai. Commercial fraud not only adversely affects the national economy, but also has an
The Record Five members of an international counterfeit goods smuggling ring pleaded guilty Friday in U.S...Yi Jian Chen, 53, and Hui Huang, 33, both of Brooklyn, and Ning Guo, 40, a Chinese citizen, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Esther
A factory that manufactured counterfeit products on a plot in the Vaal was closed down and goods with a value of more than R10m seized, Gauteng police said on Wednesday. "Police followed up on information on Wednesday relating to the manufacturing of
Burlingame police confiscated 400 pieces of counterfeit designer items from a retail shop last week. Following a four-month investigation, police detectives and private investigators uncovered counterfeit merchandise from Nicky's European Fashion,
Aref Abuhadba, 49, who authorities said operated the Discount Linen Wholesale store in Paterson , pleaded guilty before U.S...As part of his plea deal, Abuhadba agreed to forfeit $200,000, representing his ill-gotten gains, which he turned over to
A Wichita woman was charged Thursday with selling counterfeit merchandise with famous designer labels, including Prada, Coach, Chanel and Louis Vuitton, the U.S...Glenda Sue Morgan, 54, was charged with one count of trafficking in counterfeit goods.
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NSW Police believe they have put a huge dent in a counterfeit supply ring after a raid at a storage facility in Sydney's southwest. Tuesday, police raided the premises on Punchbowl Road, Belfield, as part of a joint investigation with the NSW
PhilippinesAt least 44 store owners have been charged with violations of intellectual property rights and hundreds of millions of pesos worth of counterfeit products, mostly cellphones and shoes, have been seized since the start of the year,
PhilippinesSome P1.1 billion worth of pirated and counterfeit goods were seized by the Bureau of Customs from January to November this year. Lawyer Ricardo Blancaflor, director general for the National Committee on Intellectual Property Rights, a