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On suspicion of violating intellectual property rights, Chinese Customs confiscated almost 76 million units of goods
Last year, Chinese customs seized nearly 76 million units of goods on suspicion of violating intellectual property rights, Xinhua reported.
As stated in the report of the General Administration of Customs of China on the state of affairs in the protection of intellectual property rights in 2013, the goods were seized due to infringement of trademark rights, copyright and other rights associated with them, as well as patent rights. In particular, 98 percent of the confiscated goods violated trademark rights, of which 99,4 percent were confiscated while trying to export them from China.
Tobacco products, metal appliances, decorative and hygienic cosmetics, clothing and footwear, as well as auto parts, were mainly confiscated.