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Counterfeit Goods

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Counterfeit goods have become a global phenomenon in recent years. From T-shirts to pharmaceuticals, these illicit products subvert national authorities, finance criminal and terrorist activities, and stunt economic growth and development. According to the International Chamber of Commerce, counterfeit goods make up 5 to 7 percent of world trade. MAB seeks to build new partnerships across the public and private sectors designed to better leverage policy and practices against a growing array of counterfeit product lines that equally damage the public good and private profit.

 

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