Posts tagged with: Safety

Counterfeit goods are fake items deliberately made to look genuine. The issue of their prevalence within the luxury brand industry is well-documented, less well-known is the significant amount of counterfeits within the toy and nursery sector....
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‘Drug counterfeiting is not a problem of intellectual property. It is first and foremost a problem of public health. This is a fundamental point. The problems of intellectual property may exist, but they are secondary to the problems of public...
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Poor quality, potentially unsafe counterfeit goods are putting consumers at risk. Today, World Anti-Counterfeiting Day (8 June), we highlight the dangers of fakes in the toy and nursery industry....
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