THE MENACE OF COUNTERFEITING

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₹ 1.7 Trillion

Estimated global economic and
social impact of counterfeiting in 2015

(Source : International Chamber of Commerce)

44.4%

Increase in estimated loss to 7 manufacturing industry
sectors due to counterfeting from 2012 to 2014

(Source : FICCI CASCADE Study, 2015)

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₹ 10 Million

Worth of counterfeit products were
confiscated in an Emami-led raid in 2012

(Source : The Economic Times)

20%

Road accidents in India occur due to
counterfeit auto parts

(Source : Automotive Component Manufactures Association of India)

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10,000%

Growth in the problem of counterfeiting
in the past two decades

(Source : International Anticounterfeiting Coalition)

₹ 400 Billion

Indian exchequer lost in 2014
due to illicit trade

(Source : FICCI CASCADE report 2014)

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70%

Goods seized worldwide are getting
imported from China

(Source : IP Crime Group Annual Report 2013/14)

Source : Compilation by The Economic Times

KEY IMPACTS OF COUNTERFEITING

COUNTERFEITING SPARES NO ONE

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Manufacturers

Decreases the brand value/loss of goodwill
Declines revenue generation and profits
Decreases customer satisfaction
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Consumers

Buys inferior/copied products at the rate of originals
Counterfeited medicines causes potential health hazards
Counterfeited electronics can leads to shocks and death
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Economy

Losses in terms of tax revenues for
government Reduces GDP
Loss of legitimate employment
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Government

Tax losses
Looses faith of people
Unnecessary expenses in tracking the criminals