Norway: a counterfeiting black spot?
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Counterfeit products cost brand owners millions each year in lost income and also hit governments in the form of lost tax revenues. There are several measures that a rights holder can take to reduce the risk of fake products reaching the market. A counterfeit product is a product whose sales value the counterfeiter tries to increase by, for example, illegally using another’s brand name or an imitation thereof, or imitating generally known properties of a branded product.Download