Counterfeit Diabetes Test Strips

A counterfeit goods network stretching from China to Pakistan and into the United States made up to 20,000 counterfeit Johnson & Johnson OneTouch Diabetes test stripes in 2006. As of 2010, Johnson & Johnson was still filing lawsuits against those that sold the counterfeit test stripes. Johnson & Johnson reported that no fake boxes have been sold in the United States within the last two years.

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2009 Counterfeit goods seizures in Japan

Customs officials in Japan seized 1.04 million counterfeit goods items in 2009, according to Finance Ministry. The total amount seized was up 10.6 percent from the previous year. 86 percent of the counterfeit goods originated from China, followed by 6 percent from South Korea. The most counterfeited good was counterfeit purses, which accounted for 55 percent of all goods seized.

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