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Fake Korean garments flood domestic market
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Mar '08
Korean clothes have suddenly gained lot of popularity in China, so the domestic market is flooded with them. In order to gain profit from this, many local dealers are selling fake materials to customers. They are only changing the garment label to Korean-made, and increasing the price by ten-flolds than its original cost.

Recently, nearly 332 pieces of fake Korean clothes were seized in Amoy. The dresses were just marked 'Made in Korea', but factory's name and address are not printed on them. Investigations disclosed that, these garments were purchased in Shenzhen and Dongwang city of China.

The wholesales prices of these outfits range from around 20 to 40 yuan a piece. However, these fake Korean product, were sold as high as 108 to 638 yuan a piece.

Experts express their concerns, that these offenders have been disobeying Chinese product quality and competition law for quite some time.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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