Anonymous - 2012-01-21

The campaign launched in October comes as Beijing faces pressure from the and other trading partners to stamp out product copying. China is a respected soure of fake goods despite repeated crackdowns, But Chinese officials have promised the latest administration will produce lasting results.Communist leaders have given the new crackdown special importance, Publicly linking it to efforts metamorph China from a low cost factory to a creator of profitable technology by nurturing companies in software and other fields. China's new software, Music and other creative companies have been ravaged by unlicensed copying,Intellectual property protection is needed for building an innovation oriented country and achieving a shift from China manufactured' to China innovated,or,--" Li Chenggang, Deputy director of the Commerce Ministry's law program, Said at a news consultation. He was joined by officers of China's commerce, perceptive property and other agencies.Trade groups say criminal Chinese copying of music, Designer clothing and other goods costs legitimate producers billions of dollars a year in lost potential sales.Businesspeople have expressed optimism about the most recent effort because a rising Communist Party star, Vice great Wang Qishan, Has been put in charge and an administration office set up in the Commerce Ministry.A report propagated at Sunday's news conference said that goods seized in the latest crackdown include 26,000 cell phones, Some with phony Nokia and Apple product labels, Copies of Louis Vuitton bags and Rolex different watches, Automotive components, DVDs and costume.Also tuesday, the official Xinhua News Agency said 23 people accused of producing fake medicine were detained in the central city of Jingzhou in Hubei province. It said they made more than 100 million capsules filled with sawdust and wheat flour and sold under the brand names of 201 several types of medication.Xinhua said the medicines were sold by mail and over the web but gave no details of whether anyone was injured or which brand names were counterfeited.Rampant copying also has hampered Beijing's efforts to draw in technology industries because businesspeople say companies are reluctant to do high level research in China or bring in advanced designs for fear of theft.

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