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  1. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi pledged to end the domination of Chinese consumer goods in Indian markets if the party returns to power. FULL ARTICLE AT Times of India

  2. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi pledged to end the domination of Chinese consumer goods in Indian markets if the party returns to power. FULL ARTICLE AT Times of India

  1. Imports structure not supporting long-term economic growth

    LAHORE - The structure of our imports, dominated by oil and consumer goods, is not capable of supporting long-term economic growth capacity. This was stated by Rashid Mehr, the APBF president ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Nation (Pakistan)

  2. PORTLAND, Ore. (TheStreet) -- Nope, it's not a relic of old Pearl Jam songs, Gaslight Anthem film projects or even a byproduct of Foo Fighters audiophile experiments. It's the ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Street

  3. After a decade of huge investment, the ‘Africa Rising’ theme starts to fade as inequality and jobless growth hit retailers and consumer goods groups FULL ARTICLE AT The Financial Times

  1. Filed under: Investing Investors focusing on Johnson and Johnson 's 3.5% top-line revenue growth in the first quarter are likely walking away unimpressed. However, tepid results in the company ... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Finance

  2. NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Mattel reported a first-quarter loss that missed Wall Street estimates and highlighted the company's Barbie problem.The news sent shares of Mattel down 2% to $37 ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Street

  3. Filed under: Investing I recently wrote a mini-series on Johnson & Johnson , where I focused on each of its three segments: pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, and medical devices. Now seems like an ... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Finance

  4. NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Trips to stores are no longer normal for me (normal being those trips to JC Penney with mom as a kid). They haven't been for quite ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Street

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Counterfeit consumer goods, commonly called knock-offs, are counterfeit or imitation products offered for sale. The spread of counterfeit goods has become global in recent years and the range of goods subject to infringement has increased significantly. According to estimates by the Counterfeiting Intelligence Bureau (CIB) of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), counterfeit goods make up 5... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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