illicit trade & counterfeits
Counterfeiting of identification documents, CDs, DVDs, software, medicines, weapons, food products, clothing and cigarettes has grown significantly in recent years, largely due to advances in technology and the ease of movement of these goods around the world. The involvement of organized criminal groups in the production and distribution of counterfeit goods is well documented and they operate across national borders in activities that include the manufacture, export, import and distribution of illicit goods.
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Assistant Director- IDEA Task Force, The University of Mississippi, Center for Air and Space Law
Dr Louise Shelley
Omer L. and Nancy Hirst Endowed Chair and a University Professor, George Mason University