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Final Note

Are your sneakers real?

Kai Ryssdal Aug 11, 2014
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Final Note

Are your sneakers real?

Kai Ryssdal Aug 11, 2014
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The World Customs Organization, an international association of customs and law enforcement agencies, is out with its annual report on seizures of illegal goods and counterfeiting.

The product most likely to be counterfeited or illegally traded last year was pharmaceuticals, at a whopping 76 percent of all seizures.

The most counterfeited brand, on the other hand, was Nike. Followed by Apple, Rolex, Samsung and Adidas

 

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