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Good luck with that! For example Temu's products are mostly outright copy of wellknown and successful American products, but TEMU's parent company is PDD, and if course NASDAQ listed PDD is protected by Wall st investors (aka masters of the universe).

Until US, EU can remove the economic coupling, it's an uphill battle trying to protect American and EU companies from outright IP theft and sniping.

We all known the EU's response to the EU CE certification vs China's C E certification. German corporates (beholden to the CCP) dictates policy.

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Over 80% of counterfeit products worldwide comes from China.

75% in the U.S. market alone.

China is a signatory to international agreements prohibiting conterfeit products. But the CCP just doesn't do anything about it as it tacitly approves. Products sold by companies like Temu, Aliexpress, Wish are almost all counterfeit copies.

"China leads the world in counterfeit and pirated products. In fact, 75% of the value of counterfeit and pirated goods seized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection in 2021 was from China and Hong Kong. Within China’s borders, forgeries of luxury-brand products are more prevalent than in any other country in the world. "

https://daxueconsulting.com/counterfeit-products-in-china/

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But the CCP just doesn't do anything about it

The Chinese premiere has publicly refuted IP theft and outright copying numerous times. The CCP always have a response prepared for what is wholesale attack on the global economic order.

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Temu does not sell counterfeit products.

They do sell similar products not exactly the same which is not illegal.

There are smaller companies' world over that do make same counterfeit products.

I have seen some watches that are lookalike to Rolexes on Craigslist, and I was wondering who was producing them.

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they may start with Meta/FB,instagram and other applications related/as there are tons of giftcard scams posted everyday.

TEMU may be very next-its pure fake shopping scamming tool.

good luck and hurry up.

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Temu does not sell counterfeit products.

Thank you for your contribution comrade. May I ask which SoE and province you're from so I can assign a social credit score for you.

https://img.kwcdn.com/product/Fancyalgo/VirtualModelMatting/906d37fe52927ce1eef113b632baa5ff.jpg?imageMogr2/auto-orient%7CimageView2/2/w/800/q/70/format/webp

Yes the above image is from Temu, and any one within the party resolutely know it hasn't been 'faked' from an original Rockler design, below.

https://www.rockler.com/rockler-3-piece-silicone-glue-application-kit

I hope to see you at one of the party funded 'Design' centre one day.

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The world knows how the CHEATS are the letter "C" represents CHINA, or the CCP China Cheats People! They have no respect for intellectual property they see it build it claim it. That explains the mind set of the people.

@Jind LMFAO TEMU is know for selling knock off crap I would not buy it or use anything they sell if it was for free. To be in total denial say "They do sell similar products not exactly the same which is not illegal". Is totally mind blowing similiar and same are close but the intent is to capitalize off the original and you say its not illegal. That's like saying someone hitting you in the head with a bat hard and when you come to you get hit again softly. You got hit hard the first time but softly the second time. LMFAO still the person gets hit no difference hard vs. soft similiar vs, same!!! China mass produce the cheap crap and exports it world over and you are wondering who is producing them. I hope you didn't get hit to hard!!!!

Temu does not sell counterfeit products. They do sell similar products not exactly the same which is not illegal.

There are smaller companies' world over that do make same counterfeit products. I have seen some watches that are lookalike to Rolexes on Craigslist, and I was wondering who was producing them.

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What ? By printing more money lol

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