Cambodia urges Asean to jointly combat the spread of counterfeit medicines.
Court charges a Swiss tourist with trying to dupe an ABA Bank branch manager into replacing a counterfeit $100 note.
Police crack down on counterfeit bags using Pedro and Charles & Keith brand names.
India outlines a new draft policy for its burgeoning e-commerce sector.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday said the government will crack down on counterfeit medication, noting they pose a threat to people’s health and that online sales have been on the rise.
So far this year, Norway has taken and destroyed over 60,000 counterfeit goods.
Authorities in Kandal seize more than 100 crates of counterfeit Ruaypuan snacks.
Anti-economic crime police raid a factory producing counterfeit cigarettes.
Anti-economic crime police on Tuesday raided a factory producing counterfeit cigarettes and seized 35 tonnes of the product in Kandal province.
Anti-economic crime police seize counterfeit products in five markets in Phnom Penh.
Anti-economic crime police raid a warehouse over counterfeit product smuggling.
Multiple law enforcement agencies have completed a two-week anti-crime training course led by France in May.
Anti-Economic Crime Department officers raid a house distributing counterfeit cosmetic products.
Interior Ministry issues an appeal for vigilance against counterfeit products.
The Chamber of Commerce aims to boost local usage of barcodes to protect the market against counterfeit products.
A 41-year-old French-Cambodian man is arrested for using counterfeit currency.
China is trying to shed its notoriety as a hub for counterfeit goods.
Svay Rieng Court charges a Vietnamese man for allegedly using counterfeit money.
Fake products are still being imported due to lack of collaboration, says Interior Minister.
Most of the fake products are local but passed off as imported, says officials.
Authorities will destroy over 60 tonnes of counterfeit cosmetics confiscated recently.
Svay Rieng Court on charged a man with producing counterfeit money.
Two military officials are arrested over the circulation of counterfeit money.
Anti-economic crime police cracks down on vendors selling counterfeit footwear at Central Market and Tuol Tom Poung Market.
Where does North Korea, whose gross domestic product is less than that of some American cities, get the money to fund its nuclear efforts?
Interior Ministry officials vow to crackdown on all kinds of counterfeit products in the country, singling out fake and tainted food.
Cambodian vendors who cross the border to sell goods in Thailand stop after hearing about a possible counterfeit inspection.
Two foreigners continue to be questioned for the possession of $2 million in fake notes.
Camcontrol warned about health risks of counterfeit or expired goods after raids.
Hundreds of stalls at the market in Aranyaprathet, are at risk of closure amid decreasing customers and dwindling incomes.