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China is doing its part to cut down on the significant number of fakes that flood the global market after originating within its borders. That appears to be the message that China’s General Administration of Customs hopes will be garnered from an announcement on Thursday that thus far in 2017, Chinese customs have detected more than 1,560 cases of intellectual property infringement involving goods exported to the United States. Those cases stem from two joint China-U.S. crackdowns this year.



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