Fake goods flooding Italy

October 2012
Malay Mail;10/24/2012, p20
The article discusses a report by research institute Censis that reveals that around 6.9 billion euros worth of counterfeit goods are sold in Italy yearly and tax revenues would grow and jobs would be created if the counterfeit products were made legitimately.


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