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In total, an estimated €117 million worth of food and drink was seized
An art scandal is brewing in France after the arrest of two respected antiques dealers on suspicion of selling fake furniture to Versailles.
Look in your medicine cabinet, reflect on the those pills you may have taken for a recent flu. How do you know they are not fake? Counterfeit
Police in the southern Italian city of Naples have uncovered a factory used for making fake euro notes. The forgers had already make some nine
‘Money, Money, Money’, a Swedish group once sang.
But when it comes to counterfeit cash, suspected fraudsters in Italy are being blamed for 90
Few of us have one but the use of 3D printers is on the rise in businesses and homes in Europe. However, there are some question marks for consumers
From the farm to the plate, what is really in our food? Despite some of the strictest food safety standards in the world, last year’s horse meat
Christmas is boom-time for manufacturers and retailers as consumers engage in an annual shopping frenzy that sends profits soaring and can give a
Andrea, from Belgium, asks: “Will the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement, ACTA, prevent students from sharing information among
A laser that can write on the inside of glass without damaging the outside is revolutionising anti-counterfeit procedures in industries from