Monday, September 05
La multinationale allemande Adidas a logé un procès devant la Cour suprême contre un commerçant de Quatre-Bornes. Elle l’accuse d’avoir contrefait sa fameuse marque aux trois bandes.
Tuesday, January 27
La douane a effectué soixante-deux saisies de produits contrefaits en 2014. Ce qui totalise 114 262 copies de grandes marques qui sont restées bloquer.
Wednesday, September 25
Is there a trade in counterfeit alcohol in Mauritius? The Mauritius Revenue Authority (MRA) think this is the case. So she has decided to put his stamp - excise stamp on the bottles of alcoholic beverages from 1 October. The Excise Stamp on Cigarette box from 25 to 50 cents on October 1.
Saturday, July 27
The fight against counterfeiting in Mauritius becomes a necessity. This same argument Navin Peerthy. He announced the next service center brand specific after-sales opening.
Friday, July 05
The sale of counterfeit products seems to be a widespread practice in Mauritius. Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Chanel, Adidas ... copies of these brands sell at every corner. While the authorities are on the alert, the trade continues.
Thursday, June 27
Counterfeiting wins all areas, even the construction. Mauritian Customs seized a few days ago, labels Legrand products, global specialist in electrical and digital products and systems for the building.
Saturday, June 22
Au moins cinq containers contenant une importante cargaison de matériel et fournitures de contrefaçon de Hewlett Packard (HP) ont été interceptés au cours de ces six derniers mois par les autorités mauriciennes.
Thursday, April 25
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd , China's largest e-commerce platform, said it will commit "as many resources necessary" to stop the sale of pirated goods on its Taobao shopping portals, where transactions exceeded $161.7 billion last year.
Monday, March 25
To carbon monoxide in meat to make it more red and drive up its price, an orange dye to give the impression that it came from Europe known for the quality of its fruits ... At the border, it falls on all kinds of counterfeit products. And it is not ready to stop because counterfeiting is a business, albeit illegal, but very juicy.
Friday, January 11
The global trade in counterfeit goods is booming. Mauritius is not new to this trend. Our markets, street vendors and even some local shops are in possession of various counterfeit items which they offer for sale to locals and tourists.