we have no such restrictions as far as going anywhere to stop Chinese or global counterfeiting. These are criminals, they need to be stopped, and having one counterfeiting conference after another accomplishes zero.
Washington, DC (Vocus) June 17, 2010
The Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants offers a very unique approach to counterfeit interdiction, or theft of intellectual property. The group says, "if a CEO of a major tobacco company, a pharmaceutical company, tennis shoe maker, fashion designer, defense contractor, or software company wants proof their product is being illegally counterfeited in China, we will buy you a boatload so you can see for yourself." The group says, "we can also do something that no one else in the world has done so far, at least on a mass scale--we can infiltrate the counterfeiting ring, and then at the client's discretion, we will either in a very public way expose the Chinese counterfeiter-pirate, or we will work with your legal counsel with our evidence." CEOs or corporate general counsels wishing to stop being bled to death by Chinese counterfeiters can contact the Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GP-CC.Com.
So why pick on China? The Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants says, "China is the absolute epicenter for global counterfeiting and piracy. At this moment there are little to no formal treaties that specifically address Chinese counterfeiting, or global piracy, and even worse, it's unlikely the Chinese government would do much to stop it, because counterfeiting and piracy profits are huge profit centers for a very corrupt China." The Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Center says, "for big pharma, tobacco, fashion, or software, you can't just pick up the phone and call law enforcement and expect anything to happen. For one--US law enforcement agents participating in a Chinese counterfeiting sting operation in China could be arrested, if the operation was not sanctioned by China." The group says, "we have no such restrictions as far as going anywhere to stop Chinese or global counterfeiting. These are criminals, they need to be stopped, and having one counterfeiting conference after another accomplishes zero." Corporations or corporate executives wishing to go after counterfeiters or pirates that are stealing and then reselling their product are more than welcome to contact the Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants anytime at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GP-CC.Com.
Chinese Counterfeiting Facts
- Over the last 10 years, production of counterfeit cigarettes has soared in China, jumping eightfold since 1997 to an unprecedented 400 billion cigarettes a year—enough to supply every U.S. smoker with 460 packs a year. The Global Piracy & Consulting Consultants says, "in this instance its Chinese manufacturing of the counterfeit cigarettes, or tobacco products, and more often than not Russian organized crime acting as the global marketing agent." Http://GP-CC.Com
- Fakes from China pose a real risk for the global community. The EU experienced a 1,000-percent increase in seizures of counterfeit prescription drugs between 1998 and 2004. A report in 2006 by The Kaiser Family Foundation also revealed that fake malaria drugs produced in China are surfacing in Africa, where the disease claims 1 million lives annually and up to 40 percent of medicines are not authentic. The Global Piracy & Counterfeiting Consultants says, "perhaps no one cares if Chinese counterfeit drugs are killing sick people in Africa. We think this will change when Internet buyers of Chinese Counterfeit ED drugs start having fatal heart attacks in New York, London, Tokyo, or Los Angeles." Global Counterfeiting a pharmaceuticals is a $100 billion dollar+ business." Http://GP-CC.Com
- There were some conclusive findings, according to the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, which found that "seized counterfeit goods are dominated by products from China. During fiscal years 2004 through 2009, China accounted for 77 percent of the aggregate value of goods seized in the United States." The closest competitor to that statistic, Hong Kong, a special administrative region of China, accounted for 7 percent. India ranked third, accounting for just 2 percent. This research reflects a similar conclusion to the one reached by Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, an inter-governmental group based in Paris that also considered China the No. 1 offender when it came to counterfeit products.
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