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Based on data from customs seizures in OECD countries, this report estimates that trade in counterfeit and pirated goods across national borders may have totalled around US$200 billion in 2005. The total value of trade in counterfeit and pirated goods, including products made and sold...
The emergence of the Internet and the growing number of free trade zones have opened new distribution channels for counterfeit and pirated goods, and raised jurisdictional problems. These are the preliminary results of a new OECD study.