CHINA: Shop owner jailed after counterfeit golf raid
By just-style.com | 22 January 2010
The Shanghai Huangpu District People's Court has sentenced a retail shop owner in the Chinese city, Fan Chaokui, to serve a seven month jail term and pay a fine after being convicted of selling counterfeit golf equipment including apparel.
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