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Counterfeit products swarming the market pose health and economic risks, authorities say, and could be financing terrorist organizations. "This isn't a victimless crime," said Robert Barchiesi, president of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition. (Associated Press)

Counterfeit products swarming the market pose health and economic risks, authorities say, and could be financing terrorist organizations. "This isn't a victimless crime," said Robert Barchiesi, president of the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition. (Associated Press)

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