MILAN — The constant increase in counterfeiting and organized criminal activities both in the physical world and on the Web should spur the European Union to strengthen its measures against them, said speakers at the annual assembly of Indicam, a private organization that works with the Italian government to combat counterfeiting.
According to Indicam, the international counterfeiting business grew 1,850 percent from 1994 to 2011, causing the loss of about 270,000 jobs globally, about 46 percent of the total jobs lost in the European Union.
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