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Post time 2011-7-26 13:55:42 |Display all floors

u can buy other cities too

Originally posted by St_George at 2011-7-26 13:50
Fake Rolex watches are made in Guangdong.



such as Beijing,shanghai,hangzhou,even in a small market.
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Post time 2011-7-26 13:56:23 |Display all floors
Originally posted by fluffylufy at 2011-7-26 13:54


including toys, furniture, bags and suitcases.



I think I know the answer, but I cant say it here because i can have problems with 97% of forum people
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Post time 2011-7-26 13:58:49 |Display all floors
HK used to be a source of cheap rubbish goods and a standing joke in the UK.  Its probably China now.

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Post time 2011-7-26 13:59:56 |Display all floors
Originally posted by fluffylufy at 2011-7-26 13:55



such as Beijing,shanghai,hangzhou,even in a small market.


SOHO stores shut for selling fake goods

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Phoney products uncovered in spot checks on clothing stores

More than 100 counterfeit bags and goods, said to be worth about 100,000 yuan, were confiscated during a spot check campaign at Jian Wai SOHO, an industry authority said on Wednesday.

Two clothing stores in the No 9 building and another next door in No 8 building were found to be selling 114 fake bags and clothing, branded as Herms, Louis Vuitton and Chanel, according to the Chaoyang branch of Beijing administration for industry and commerce.Sample Text
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Post time 2011-7-26 14:11:01 |Display all floors
Originally posted by fluffylufy at 2011-7-26 13:59


SOHO stores shut for selling fake goods

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Phoney products uncovered in spot checks on clothing stores

More than 100 counterfeit bags and goods, said to be worth about 1 ...



We do get ripped off here with ' genuine ' goods, football shirts are a good example.  People pay typically £40 for a shirt (400 yuan)  Thay can be made for a fraction of that and just as good quality.

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Post time 2011-7-26 14:12:20 |Display all floors
[quote]Originally posted by fluffylufy at 2011-7-26 13:59

The shopping center, which is popular with tour groups and foreigners living in the capital , was one of several recently identified by the US Trade Representative (USTR) in its Review of Notorious Markets.

Officials at the USTR named more than 30 websites and physical markets worldwide as the worst offenders against intellectual property rights laws. Ten of them were in China.
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Post time 2011-7-26 14:15:29 |Display all floors
In 2010, the courts tried almost 9,000 cases, a 42-percent increase on 2009, according to data from Beijing Higher Court.

"China (on a whole) is going to great lengths to eliminate IPR infringements," said Aaron Hurvitz, of the foreign counsel for Kangxin Partners, a Beijing law firm specializing in IPR. "Through various sponsored education seminars and awareness campaigns, the level of knowledge and understanding of IPR continues to increase."

The USTR report is not the first time the Silk Market has come under fire for selling fake goods. During a citywide crackdown in October 2009, authorities found copies of such brands as Gucci, Coach and Adidas ready available at several stalls.

The raid led to the arrest of the mall's then-manager Wang Zili, who was charged with allowing the sale of fake goods and taking bribes.

English teacher Daniel Jocelyn, who has lived in Beijing for three years, said in May last year he spent an hour bargaining a vendor down from 2,000 yuan to 250 yuan for a pair of fake Bally shoes.
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