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11 Most Seized Counterfeited Goods 2011-2013

11 Most Seized Counterfeited Goods 2011-2013

The OECD and EU’s Intellectual Property Office produced a report that analysed nearly half a million customs seizures around the world over 2011-13 to produce an estimate of the scale of counterfeit trade. The most illegally replicated items are shoes, knitted clothing, leather goods, electrical machinery and equipment, watches, medical instruments, non-knitted clothing, perfumes and cosmetics, toys, pharmaceuticals, jewelry. SMEs across industries and countries are victims of counterfeit, and many do not have the resources to fight against it.

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