US trucking industry on the verge of freight-tech revolution
For those of us outside, the size of North America’s haulage sector never ceases to ...
Technically, it’s actually the nine largest groups of counterfeit goods shipments seized by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), but pretty revealing nonetheless, given that the numbers probably only represent a fraction of the actual amount being traded. The vast majority of the $1.7bn of counterfeit goods seized arrived from China and Hong Kong, of which some 40% were handbags and wallets. Interestingly, shipments of fake DVDs and computer games dropped sharply, probably because of the shift towards that sort of piracy taking place online.
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