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The Globe and Mail, "How Canadian companies can protect themselves from fakes, here and abroad"
Sporting a fake down parka that you bought at a flea market may seem like innocent fun, but it’s nothing of the sort to manufacturers and exporters, safety regulators and those whose business depends on protecting intellectual property. It has recently become a bit easier for Canadian firms to protect themselves at the border, though. But only a bit, experts say.