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China remains main source of fake food imported into the EU

Latest report on the enforcement of intellectual property rights by EU customs officials finds food is no longer in the top five of products subject to IP breaches. But China remains the number one source.

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Food has dropped in the rankings of fake and counterfeit products imported into the EU, the latest analysis by the European Commission shows. But China remains the number one source of fake foodstuffs, whilst North Macedonia is currently the biggest source of fake and counterfeit alcoholic drinks.


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