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4/25/2014 | 4:30:38 AM
Counterfeit Merchandise
I agree with Walker. Ads for counterfeits aren't bad for real brand holder; it actually boosts their marketing scheme. The consumer will be the one who will greatly affect. But undeniably legitimate brands lose a considerable amount of money each year.  If counterfeit merchandise will continue to grow, most probably these legitimate brands will lower their investment return each year. Thus, they will end up cutting jobs which lead to increase in unemployment rate.


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