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Diesel opens very own counterfeit store

Italian fashion brand Diesel has found a playful way to combat counterfeit brands. It opened a boutique in New York that sells “counterfeit” clothing called Deisel.

Kering and Alibaba join forces against counterfeit sales

French luxury group Kering has decided to drop a case against Chinese Alibaba regarding the sale of counterfeit items. Both companies will now join forces to combat counterfeit sales.

30 store owners banned from Amazon during Louis Vuitton counterfeit court case

Thirty traders are no longer allowed to operate on Amazon until their court case with fashion brand Louis Vuitton is still ongoing. The brand filed a lawsuit because those thirty traders sold counterfeit items.

Counterfeit thrives thanks to eCommerce's growth

There has been a huge increase in counterfeit sales because of the increased popularity of online shopping. Europol considers the copying of well-known brands to be a structural problem.

Alibaba collaborates with brands to deal with counterfeit
  • Published in m-Tail

Chinese online giant Alibaba has joined forces with several major brands, including Swarovski, Louis Vuitton and Samsung, in an attempt to curb counterfeit sales.

Alibaba back on American black list
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The American government has put Taobao.com, Alibaba's online marketplace, back on its black list because it still sells counterfeit items. Alibaba says it is doing everything it can to prevent these sales, but apparently that is not enough.

Alibaba founder will not be present at IACC conference
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Chinese online giant Alibaba's founder, Jack Ma, will no longer be present at the International Anticounterfeiting Coalition's conference (IACC). He was supposed to give the keynote speech, but decided to call it off.

Worldwide fake goods trade worth 407 billion euro

According to the OECD (Organization for Economic Development and Co-operation) and the European Intellectual Property Office, the worldwide trade in fake goods is now worth more than 400 billion euro.

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