CHINA: Customs And Companies Fight Counterfeiting
Customs bosses and major companies in China have joined forces to crackdown on counterfeit goods. Representatives from seventy-two foreign-invested companies in the country were invited to attend a meeting with the General Administration of Customs. Now customs officials from Ningbo and Hangzhou, the two main checkpoints for goods entering and leaving Zhejiang and other eastern provinces, are to help fight intellectual property and counterfeiting.
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