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KUALA LUMPUR: A total 43,929 counterfeit items of various brands worth RM1,072,750 have been seized by the Kuala Lumpur branch of the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry from a well-known wholesale centre on Jalan Kenanga here on Tuesday (May 17).
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Saturday (Feb 19,2022)
Tencent objects to the US authorities to add its WeChat platforms to a list of "notorious" markets that facilitate the sale of counterfeit goods.
Facebook owner Meta Platforms is struggling to stop counterfeiters from pushing fake luxury goods from Gucci to Chanel across its social media apps, according to research and interviews, as the company barrels into ecommerce.
KUALA LUMPUR: Scammers are misusing my image to sell products, says Datuk Seri Michael Chong.
Third-party marketplaces like the one created by Amazon.com Inc are flooding the US market with imitation goods, according to a report commissioned by a group of retailers and manufacturers.
A suit between Hewlett-Packard and three Chinese nationals accused of selling fake H-P gear revealed a wild tale of international fraud, time in jail, and conspiracy.
ONLINE learning has become the new norm for millions of children around the world, including school and college students in Malaysia.
China’s factories churn out huge quantities of luxury goods, much of which is destined for a domestic market worth about ¥4 trillion (RM2.5tril). Now the second-hand luxury market is also booming. But a vast shadow trade in counterfeits lies in wait for the bargain-hunters.
HO CHI MINH CITY (Vietnam News/ANN): Ho Chi Minh City is to step up effort in inspections to prevent trade fraud and smuggling after some of its inspections were suspended due to Covid-19, said deputy chairwoman of HCM City People's Committee Phan Thị Thắng.