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Latest News - 06/2016

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Border Force Training at Heathrow Airport

09 June 2016

Border Force Training at Heathrow Airport

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New video to mark World Anti-Counterfeiting Day

08 June 2016

New video to help protect consumers from fake imaging products

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The 2016 GAC Award Winners

08 June 2016

The winners of the eighteenth annual Global Anti-Counterfeiting Awards, co-sponsored by Managing Intellectual Property and the Global Anti-Counterfeiting Group (GACG) Network were announced in Paris today on World Anti-Counterfeiting Day.

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British Consumers now twice as likely to buy a counterfeit electrical product

08 June 2016

British Consumers now twice as likely to buy a counterfeit electrical product

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BAR FINED £6,000 FOR FAKE SMIRNOFF VODKA

08 June 2016

08.06.16 - Mr Maginn potentially put customers at serious risk to boost his profit margins. He was knowingly selling this product in a very popular high street location in a popular seaside town in Northern Ireland and showed a blatant disregard for his customers.

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Euro 2016: Drugs and sex gangs being funded by die-hard England fans

08 June 2016

08.06.16 - DIE-hard England fans are funding drugs, sex gangs and people trafficking ops by buying cheap shirts at Euro 2016. It's believed illegal shirt trade is funding drug-runners, people smugglers and vice gangs because these are the people who control the counterfeiting operations in places like China and Turkey.

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World Anti-Counterfeiting Day: Why buying fakes costs more?

08 June 2016

08.06.16 - Now in its eighteenth year, World Anti-Counterfeiting Day enables national and international organisations involved in the fight against counterfeit products to increase consumer awareness of the risks and costs associated with buying fakes, and to encourage consumers to better understand the seriousness of the problem.

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Police warning of fakes ahead of Euro2016

07 June 2016

City of London Police shows the #RedCardtoCrime ahead of the UEFA European Football Championships 2016

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Trading Standards Supports World Anti-Counterfeiting Day

07 June 2016

07.06.16 - Highland Council Trading Standards have been very active lately in combating the supply of fake goods in the Highlands. A number of significant investigations have been carried out into the supply of a wide range of products including clothing, luxury goods, jewellery, footwear, electrical goods, jewellery, alcohol and tobacco.

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Market trader faces more than £100,000 costs after selling counterfeit goods

06 June 2016

06.06.16 - Gulab Singh, also known as Tony Singh or Digpal Singh, of Latham Road, could face nine months in prison if he fails to pay the £89,345, he would still have to pay the full amount afterwards.

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About ACG

ACG represents more than 3,000 brands affected by this influx of fakes into the UK and delivers an international network of information, advice and contacts on all aspects of IP protection. Working with Government and law enforcement agencies since 1980, ACG is focused on providing an effective and sustained response to counterfeiting.

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