Pirate's Ball

Orr, Deborah
April 2007
Forbes Asia;4/16/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 6, p24
The article reports on the counterfeiting of branded products. The counterfeiting that is costing branded U.S. producers $250 billion a year and 750,000 jobs has moved well beyond pirated DVD and luxury accessories. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation & Development says that known fakes make up perhaps 2% of wholesale goods waded worldwide.


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