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Counterfeit Goods Smuggled Into UK Doubles


The amount of counterfeit goods smuggled into the UK has doubled in the last year and, as Sky's Amy Lewis reports, the problem can often have far-reaching consequences.

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Stashed on shelf after shelf, seized counterfeit goods worth millions of pounds. And the amount being smuggled into the country is on the increase.

“Counterfeiting is rising because of the pressure on the economy. The smugglers are actively attacking the UK, sending dodgy goods into the UK to the marketplace, and ripping off the British consumer.”

From April 2009 to April 2010, seven million pounds worth of counterfeit items were seized at Heathrow alone. The same amount was discovered in the following six months. So the UK Border Agency expects the amount to double this financial year.

Christmas is one of their busiest times, so more staff fall on shift, but the criminals are constantly finding new ways to beat the system.

“Often, legitimate items are imported along with counterfeit labels. And when they arrive in the UK, the labels are stuck onto the item. The markup can be massive, but because the labels are so small, it makes it harder for the UK Border Agency to spot them.”

Once discovered, companies, police and trading standards try to prosecute the criminals, and then the items are destroyed. But successful smugglers avoid paying duty and VAT.

“The downside to the economy is we're losing jobs. We're losing manufacturing jobs. We're losing retail jobs, where these companies just can't compete with people selling on the street, selling online, at cheap prices, thereby undermining the whole structure of retail and wholesale. ”

Counterfeit goods can be poorly made, even dangerous. But do we care when the price is right?

“Well, I thought it was fairly good.”

“Even that you knew it's a counterfeit, you still buy it.”

“Yeah. Why not?”

“And as you can't trust it, to be lured, I think I may"

“The quality of the goods can become questionable. I think I would rather buy from a reputable store. ”

We are being warned not to buy counterfeit goods this Christmas as the profit made often funds other crimes. It is a shadowy industry, but also a lucrative one.





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stash 藏匿;隐藏处

n.  a secret store of valuables or money; hoard, cache

v.  save up as for future use; hoard, cache, lay away, hive up, squirrel away

counterfeit 假冒的;赝品;伪造;

adj.  not genuine; imitating something superior; imitative

n.  a copy that is represented as the original; imitation, forgery

v.  make a copy of with the intent to deceive; forge, fake

dodgy 诡诈的,狡猾的;

adj. marked by skill in deception; crafty,cunning, foxy,guileful, knavish, slick, sly,tricksy,tricky, wily

rip off 欺骗;

v.  deprive somebody of something by deceit; cheat, chisel

markup 标记;涨价

n. the amount added to the cost to determine the asking price

prosecute 检举;告发;调查;

v. bring a criminal charge against sb in a court of law

continue to be occupied with (sth)

VAT abbr.

=value-added tax 增值税

downside 不利,下降趋势;

n.  a negative aspect of something that is generally positive

lucrative 赚钱的,有利可图的;

adj.  producing a sizeable profit; moneymaking, remunerative

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[Homework]2011-01-09 假冒商品大量走私进入英国市场

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Stashed on shelf off the shelf, seize the counterfeit goods was millions of pounds. And they amount to being smuggled into the country as on the increase.

Counterfeits rising because the pressure on the economy, the smuggles are actively, attacking the UK sending dodgy goods into the UK to the market place and raping off the British consumer.

For May, 2009 to April, 2010, 7,000,000 pounds of wealthy counterfeit items were seized in Heathrow. The same amount were discovered in the following 6 months. So, the UK boarder agency expected the amount will double this financial year. Christmas is one of the most busiest time, so most are from shift. But the criminals are constantly finding new ways to beat the system.

Often the legitimate items are imported along with conterfeit labors. Now they were arrived in UK, the labors start counter the item. The markup can be massive, because the labors are so small and makes harder for the UK boarder agency to spot them.

Once discovered, companies, police and trading standards try to prosecute the criminals. And then the items are destroyed. But successful smugglers avoid paying duty and VAT(value added tax).

The downside of the economy,we're losing jobs, we're losing manufacturing jobs, we're losing retail jobs.Well, these companies just can't compete with people selling on the street, selling on the line. A cheap prices they buy, undermining the whole structure of retailer and whole thing.

Counterfeit goods can be poorly made, even dangerous. But do we care when the prices right? Yeah, as far I saw, it was fairly good, yeah, we'll buy it. Even when you knew it is counterfeits, you will buy it? yeah, I will. When I can't trust it, ***.  The quality of the goods kinda become question, well, I think we would rather buy from the reputable stores.

We'll be warned not to buy counterfeit good this Christmas. As the profit made off often funs other crimes. It is a shadow way industry, but also a lucrative one.

Amy Lewis, Sky News.

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Stashed on shelf after shelf, seized counterfeit goods worth millions of pounds. And the amount been smuggled into the country is on increase.

Counterfeit is rising because the pressure of wannig economy. the smuggler are actively attacking UK, sending * goods into UK, to the market place, raping off the british consumer.

From April 2009 to Apri 2010, 7 billion pounds worth of counterfeit items were seized Heathrow alone. The same amount was discovered in the flowing 6 moth. so the UK border agency would expect the amount double this FY, Christmas is one of their busiest time, so more staff from on shift, but the criminals constantly find new ways to exit system. often legitimacy items are imported along with counterfeit labels, when they are arriving UK, the labels are stuck onto the item. the mock company massive because the lables are so small it makes harder for the border agent to spot them. once discoverd companies, police in trading standard try to prosecute then the items distroyed. but successful smugglers avoid pay duty and VAT.

The down sight of the economy is that we are losing manufacturing jobs, retail jobs. where these companies just can't compete with people selling on the street, selling online. a cheap prices thereby undermining the whole structure and retail and the whole thing. Counterfeit goods can be poorly made and even dangerous. but do we care when the price is right.

i thought its fairly good.
even u knew it's counterfeit. u'll still buy it
why not

actually i can't trust it

the quality of the goods is kinda become a question. i think i would rather buy it in *store.

we've been warned not to buy counterfeit goods this christmas. as profit made often funds other crimes. it is a shadow industry, but also a lucrative one.
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Stashed on shelf after shelf, seized counterfeit goods worth millions of pounds. And the amount being smuggled into the country is on the increase.


“Counterfeiting is rising because of the pressure on the economy. The smugglers are actively attacking the UK, sending dodgy goods into the UK to the marketplace, and ripping off the British consumer.


From April 2009 to April 2010, seven million pounds worth of counterfeit items were seized at Heathrow alone. The same amount was discovered in the following six months. So the UK Border Agency / expects the amount to double this financial year.


Christmas is one of their busiest times, so more staff fall on shift, but the criminals are constantly finding new ways to beat the system.


“Often, legitimate items are imported along with counterfeit labels. And when they / arrive in the UK, the labels are stuck onto the item. The markup can be massive, but because the labels are so small, it makes it harder for the UK Border Agency to spot them.


Once discovered, companies, police and trading standards try to prosecute the criminals, and then the items are destroyed. But successful smugglers avoid paying duty and VAT.


“The downside to the economy is / we're losing jobs. We're losing manufacturing jobs; we're losing retail jobs, where these companies just can't compete with people selling on the street, selling online, at cheap prices, thereby undermining the whole structure of retail and wholesale.


Counterfeit goods can be poorly made, / even dangerous. But do we care when the price is right ?


“Well, I thought it was fairly good.


“Even that you knew it's a counterfeit, you still buy it.”


“Yeh. Why not?”


And actually I can't trust it,  ***”


“The quality of the goods can become questionable. I think I would rather buy from a reputable store. ”


We are being warned not to buy counterfeit goods this Christmas as the profit made often funds of crimes. It is a shadowy industry, but also a lucrative one.

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Stashed on shelf after shelf, seized counterfeit goods worth millions of pounds. And the amount being smuggled into the country is on the increase.

“Counterfeiting is rising because of the pressure on the economy. The smugglers are actively attacking the UK, sending in dodgy goods into the UK to the marketplace, and ripping off the British consumer.”

From April 2009 to April 2010, seven million pounds worth of counterfeit items were seized at Heathrow alone. The same amount was discovered in the following six months. So / UK Border Agency expects the amount to double this financial year.

Christmas is one of their busiest times, so more staff fall on shift, but the criminals are constantly finding new ways to beat the system.

“Often, legitimate items are imported along with counterfeit labels. And when they arrive in the UK, the labels are stuck onto the item. The markup can be massive, but because the labels are so small, it makes it harder for the UK Border Agency to spot them.”

Once discovered, companies, police and trading standards try to prosecute the criminals, and then the items are destroyed. But successful smugglers avoid paying duty and VAT.

“The downside to the economy is we're losing jobs. We're losing manufacturing jobs. We're losing retail jobs, where these companies just can't compete with people selling on the street, selling online, at cheap prices, thereby undermining the whole structure of retail and wholesale. ”

Counterfeit goods can be poorly made,  even dangerous. But do we care when the price is right ?

“Well, I thought it was fairly good.”

“Even that you knew it's a counterfeit, you still buy it.”

“Yeh. Why not?”

“And as you can't trust it, to be lured, I think I may"

“The quality of the goods can become questionable. I think I would rather buy from a reputable store. ”

We are being warned not to buy counterfeit goods this Christmas as the profit made often funds of crimes. It is a shadowy industry, but also a lucrative one.
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[Homework]2011-01-09 假冒商品大量走私进入英国市场

* * * shelf off the shelf, seized cunterfeit goods worth millions of pounds, and the amount being smuggled into the country is on the increase.
    Counterfeit is rising because of the pressure on the econonmy, the sumgglers are actively attacking the UK, sending doggy goods into the UK to the market place, and rapping off the British consumer.
    From april 2009 to april 2010, 7 million pounds worth of conterfeit items were seized at Heathrow alone. the same amount was discovered in the following six months, so the UK Border Agency expects the amount to double this finaicial year. Chrismas is one of their busiest time, so more stuff from shift but the criminals are constantly founding new ways to beat the system.
    Often legitimate items were imported along with counterfeit lables. When they arrive in the UK, the lables are stuck onto the item , the markup can be massive and because the lables are so small it makes it harder for the UK Border Agency to spot them.
   Once discovered companies, police and trading standards try to prosecute the criminals and then the items are destroyed, but successful smugglers avoid paying duty and *.   
    The down sight of the economy is we are losing jobs, we are losing manufacturong jobs , we are losing retail job where these companies just can't compete with people selling on the street, selling online at cheap prices, thereby undermining the whole structure of retial and wholesale.
    Fake goods can be poorly made even dangerous, but do we care when the price is right.
    I thought it was very good. Yeah, I wil buy it.
    Even though you knew it's conterfeit, you still buy it.
    Yeah, why not?
    I can't trust it to be * thing really.
    The quality can become questionable. I think I would rather buy from a *, store.
    We've been warned not to buy conterfeit goods this Christmas, as the profit made often funds other crimes.
    It is a shadow industry, but also a lucrative one.
    Enny Luise Sky News.

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Stashed on shelf off the shelf, seize the counterfeit goods was millions of pounds. And they amount to being smuggled into the country as on the increase.

Counterfeits are rising because the pressure on the economy, the smuggles are actively, attacking the UK sending dodgy goods into the UK to the market place and ripping off the British consumers.

For May, 2009 to April, 2010, 7 milionpounds worth of wealthy counterfeit items were seized in Heathrow. The same amount were discovered in the following 6 months.
So, the UK boarder agency expected the amount will double this financial year.
Christmas is one of their  busiest time, so most start from shift. But the criminals are constantly finding new ways to beat the system.
Often the legitimate items are imported along with conterfeit labors. Now they were arrived in UK, the labors start counter the item. The markup can be massive, because the labors are so small and makes harder for the UK boarder agency to spot them.
Once discovered, companies, police and trading standards try to prosecute the criminals. And then the items are destroyed. But successful smugglers avoid paying duty and VAT
The downsides of the economy,we're losing jobs, we're losing manufacturing jobs, we're losing retailed jobs,where these companies just can't compete with people selling on the street, selling on line. Achieve cheap prices they buy, undermining the whole structure of retailer and whole sale.
Counterfeit goods can be poorly made, even dangerous. But do we care when the prices right?
Yeah, as far I saw, it was fairly good, yeah, we'll buy it. Even when you knew it is counterfeits, you still buy it? yeah, why not? and I can't trust it,it's a bit of lie,I think it's really.  The quality of the goods kind of become question, well, I think we would rather buy from the reputable stores.

We've been warned (to)not to buy counterfeit goods this Christmas,as the profit made off often funs of crimes. It is a shadow we industried, but also a lucrative one.  Amy Lewis, Sky News.
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Stashed on shelf after shelf, seized counterfeit goods worth millions of pounds. And the  amount being smuggled into the country is on the increase.

Counterfeits are rising because of the pressure on the economy, the smugglers are actively, attacking the UK sending dodgy goods into the UK to the market place and ripping off the British consumers.

From May, 2009 to April, 2010, 7 milionpounds worth of  counterfeit items were seized in Heathrow alone. The same amount was discovered in the following 6 months.
So, the UK boarder agency expected the amount to double this financial year.
Christmas is one of their  busiest time, so most start are on shift. But the criminals are constantly finding new ways to beat the system.
Often the legitimate items are imported along with conterfeit labels. Now they were arrived in UK, the labors are stuck onto the item. The markup can be massive, because the labels are so small and makes it harder for the UK boarder agency to spot them.
Once discovered, companies, police and trading standards try to prosecute the criminals. And then the items are destroyed. But successful smugglers avoid paying duty and VAT
The downsides of the economy is we're losing jobs, we're losing manufacturing jobs, we're losing retail jobs,where these companies just can't compete with people selling on the street, selling on line. a cheap prices thereby, undermining the whole structure of retail and whole sale.
Counterfeit goods can be poorly made, even dangerous. But do we care when the prices right?
Yeah, as far I saw, it was fairly good, yeah, we'll buy it. Even when you knew it is counterfeits, you still buy it? yeah, why not? and I can't trust it,it's a bit of lie,I think it's really.  The quality of the goods kind of become questionable, well, I think we would rather buy from the reputable stores.

We've been warned (to)not to buy counterfeit goods this Christmas,as the profit made  often funds other crimes. It is a shadowy industry, but also a lucrative one.  Amy Lewis, Sky News.
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Stashed on shelf after shelf seas of counterfeit goods worth millions of pounds. And the amount being smuggled into the country is on the increase. Counterfeit goods are raising because of the pressure on the economy. The smugglers are actively attacking the UK sending in dodgy goods into the UK to the market place and ripping off the British consumer.

From April 2009 to April 2010, 7 million pounds worth of counterfeit items were seized at Heathrow alone. The same amount was discovered in the following six months. So the UK boarder agency expects the amount to double this financial year.

Christmas is one of the busiest time, so more staff are on shift. But the criminals are constantly finding new ways to beat the system. Often legitimate items are imported along with counterfeit labels. Now they are arriving the UK, the labels are stuck into the item. The markup can be massive, because the labels are so small. It makes it hard for the UK boarder agency to spot them. Once discovered companies police and trading standards try to persecute the criminals and then the items are destroyed. But successful smugglers avoid paying duty and VAT.

The downside to the economy, we are losing jobs, we are losing manufacturing jobs, we are losing retail jobs, where these companies just can’t compete with people selling on the street, selling on line at cheap prices they are undermining the whole structure of retail and whole sale.

Counterfeit goods can be poorly made even dangerous. But do we care when the price is right?
I thought it’s fairly good, yeah, I’ll buy it. Even you knew it’s counterfeit you still buy it? Yeah, why not.
Actually I can’t trust it.
The quality of the goods becomes a question. I think I would rather buy from the reputable store.

We are being warned not to buy counterfeit goods this Christmas, as the profit made often forms other crimes. It is a shadow industry but also a lucrative one.

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Stashed on shelf after shelf, seized counterfeit goods worth millions of pounds. And the  amount being smuggled into the country is on the increase.

Counterfeits are rising because of the pressure on the economy, the smugglers are actively, attacking the UK sending dodgy goods into the UK to the market place and ripping off the British
consumer.

From May, 2009 to April, 2010, 7
million pounds worth of  counterfeit items were seized in Heathrow alone. The same amount was discovered in the following 6 months.
So, the UK boarder agency expected the amount to double this financial year.
Christmas is one of their  busiest time, so
more staff are on the shift. But the criminals are constantly finding new ways to beat the system.
Often the legitimate items are imported along with
counterfeit labels. Now they were arrived in the UK, the labors are stuck onto the item. The markup can be massive, because the labels are so small and makes it harder for the UK boarder agency to spot them.
Once discovered, companies, police and trading standards try to prosecute the criminals. And then the items are destroyed. But successful smugglers avoid paying duty and VAT
The downsides of the economy is we're losing jobs, we're losing manufacturing jobs, we're losing retail jobs, where these companies just can't compete with people selling on the street, selling on line. a cheap prices thereby, undermining the whole structure of retail and whole sale.
Counterfeit goods can be poorly made, even dangerous. But do we care when the prices right?
Yeah, as far I saw, it was fairly good, yeah, we'll buy it. Even when you knew it is counterfeits, you still buy it? yeah, why not? and I can't trust it,it's a bit of lie,I think it's really.  The quality of the goods kind of become questionable, well, I think we would rather buy from the reputable stores.

We've been warned (to)not to buy counterfeit goods this Christmas, as the profit made  often funds other crimes. It is a shadowy industry, but also a lucrative one.  Amy Lewis, Sky News.
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Stashed on shelf after shelf, seized counterfeit goods worth millions of pounds. And the amount being smuggled into the country is on the increase.

-Counterfeit is rising because the pressure on the economy, the smugglers are actively, attacking the UK, sending dodge goods into the UK, to the market place, and ripping off the British consumer.

From April 2009 to April 2010, seven million pounds worth of counterfeit items were seized Heathrow alone. The same amount was discovered in the following six months, so the UK Border Agency expects the amount to double this financial year. Christmas is one of their busiest time, so more stuff fall on shift. But the criminals are constantly finding new ways to beat the system.

-Often legitimate items are imported along with counterfeit labels. Now when they arrive in the UK, the labels are stuck onto the item. The markup can be massive because the labels are so small and makes hard for the UK Border Agency to spot them.

Once discovered, companies, policy and trading standards try to prosecute the criminals, and then the items are destroyed. But successful smugglers avoid paying duty and VAT.

-The downside to the economy is we are losing jobs, we are losing manufacturing jobs, we are losing retail jobs where these companies just can’t compete with people selling on the street, selling on line, a cheap prices thereby undermining the whole structure of retail and wholesale.

Counterfeit goods can be poorly made, even dangerous, but do we can when the prices are right?

-I thought it was very good, yeah, I will buy.
-Even that you know it’s counterfeit, still buy it.
-Yeah. Why not?

-You can’t trust it// thing really.
-The quality the goods can become questionable, I’d like go rather buy from the reputable store.

We’re warned not to buy counterfeit goods this Christmas as the profit made often funds on the crimes. It is the shadow industry but also a lucrative one.

[Homework]2011-01-09 假冒商品大量走私进入英国市场

stashed on shelf after shelf seized counterfeit goods with millions of pounds.the amount being smuggled into uk are on increase.
counterfeit is rising because of the pressure on the economy.the smugglers are actively attacking UK,sending doggy goods out of UK to the market place,ripping off the british consumer.
from april,2009 to april,2010,7 million pounds worth of counterfeit items were seized at Heathlow alone.the same amount was discovered in the following 6 months.so the uk border agency expect to see the amount double this fanancial year.christmas is one of their busiest time,so more stuffs are on shift.but the criminals is constantly finding new ways to beat the system.
often legistimate items are imported along with conterfeit lables.now they are arriving at uk, the lables are stuck on the items. the markup can be massive,because the lable is so small, it makes harder for the uk border agency to spot them.
once discovered company police and trading standard try to prosecute the criminals,and then the items are distroyed.but the successful sumggler avoid paying duty and VAT.
the downside of the economy is we are losing jobs,we are losing manufacturing jobs,we are losing retail jobs,while these company just cant compede with people selling on the street, selling online,at cheap prices, thereby undermining the retail and wholesale.
counterfeit goods can be poorly made even dangerous,but do we care when the prices right.
it was,yeah ,very good.
even u knew its conterfeit,you still buy it?
why not.
you cant trust it ,its a little bit thing really..
it comes questionable,i think i'd rather buy from the raputable store.
we've been warned not to buy counterfeit goods this christmas,as profit made often funds of other crimes.it is a shadowy industry,but also a lucrative one.
amy lewis,sky news.

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[Homework]【整理】2011-01-09 假冒商品大量走私进入英国市场

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Once the discovered companies, police and trading standards try to prosecure the criminal, and then the items are destroyed, but successful smuggles avoid paying duty and VAT.
The downside of the economy is we are losing jobs. We are losing manufacturing jobs, we are losing retail jobs where these companies just can't compete with people selling on the street, selling online at cheap prices, thereby undermining the whole structure of retail and whole sale.
Counterfeit goods can be poorly made even dangerous. But do we care on the prices right?
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We are being warned not to buy counterfeit goods this Christmas as profit made of the fun are the crimes. It is a shadow we indis**** but also lurutive one.

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