WASHINGTON — Counterfeit crimes are in the spotlight at a new gallery in the nation’s capital.
With the aim of raising awareness on the criminal activity and often deadly consequences associated with counterfeit products, the International AntiCounterfeiting Coalition and National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center, with backing from several companies, unveiled a five-year gallery in the Crime Museum here on June 24.
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