Raid nets 8,000 pirated goods

Updated: 2011-01-26 06:20

(China Daily)

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Raid nets 8,000 pirated goods 

Pirated products are destroyed in Changsha, capital of Central China’s Hunan province, Jan 25, 2011. In its first massive raid on pirated products, Changsha Customs seized more than 8,000 cell phones, headsets, DVDs and books that violated intellectual property rights. [PHOTO BY ZHAO ZHONGZHI / XINHUA]


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