Friday, June 25, 2004

BBC NEWS | Magazine | Why imitation is not always flattering: "'The ante has been upped, big time,' she says. 'It's in about the last five years or so that the volume of goods flooding the market has doubled - at least doubled - in terms of quantity and also in terms of range of the goods that are being faked.'" "Luxury handbags, DVDs, computer software - all well-known targets of counterfeiters. But the UK is being flooded with other fake goods, including teabags. It's a crime that stabs at the heart of British society and costs billions."

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