Counterfeit goods sales in Russia totaled $29 Billion (910 Billion Roubles) in 2009. Counterfeit goods accounted for 6 percent of total retail sales in Russia in 2009. In 9 of the key retail sectors of Russia, such as alcohol, shoes, tobacco and cosmetics, sales of counterfeit goods made up to 24 percent of all sales.
Financial losses of $515 Million (4.41 Trillion Indonesian Rupiahs) occur in Indonesia every year due to the importation of counterfeit cosmetics into the country. Fake cosmetics are the number one counterfeited product in Indonesia, with most of the counterfeit cosmetics entering the country from South Korea or China.
Counterfeit goods in Vietnam account for up to 90 percent of all products purchased in the country’s retail markets. In addition, counterfeit drugs and counterfeit cosmetics consist of almost half of all sales in Vietnam.
According to a report by KPMG, the following are losses due to counterfeit goods in the United Arab Emirates.
In 2006, the European Union seized 1.6 Million units of counterfeit cosmetics and personal care products at its borders.
The counterfeit luxury good that is copied the most in South Korea is Chanel, according to a government report.
Counterfeit cosmetics seizures increased by 264 percent in 2007 on the borders of the European Union.
Losses caused by counterfeit cosmetics exceed $3 billion.
Counterfeit cosmetics make up to 10 percent of the total French cosmetics market.
The counterfeit cosmetics market in the Gulf Region is estimated to be worth $210 million.