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World leaders pressed to fight fake goods trade

Global law enforcement leaders called for urgent action to clamp down on the multi-billion-euro trade in counterfeit goods, warning of serious risks including abuse by terrorists. Speaking at a first-ever global conference on fighting trade in goods ranging from fake baby milk to pirated music, the head of the crime-fighting body Interpol issued a stark warning to governments around the world. “The potential danger to the public from counterfeit products being exploited by organized crime and some terrorists is too serious for governments and law enforcement to ignore,” said Ronald Noble. Full Story

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