Fighting fakes in China - part 4
7 Nov 2013 by Nick Bartman
See our guide to  Fighting fakes in China . Under client instructions we returned to Changli, Yantai and Penglai in August 2011 to deliver bottles of counterfeit wine and talk through their irregularities with the public authorities, after which I left China, with the client picking up direct communications with them. Nearly a year would pass until July 2012 when I agreed to investigate printers of counterfeit labels in Shenzhen. Despite there being label printers in the northern wine-producing areas, they were poor quality and only companies in southern Shenzhen had the knowhow and expensive machines to produce good...

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