Trade Group reports: Pirated goods in Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay impacting U.S. economy

Posted on February 12, 2014 • Filed under: Crime, Latin America News /AP reported that Washington-United States included Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and Paraguay among the 11 countries where they operate markets in piracy and smuggling affecting the U.S. economy. In its report on the main violations on the planet to intellectual property, the U.S. Trade Office (USTR for its acronym in English) stressed that the market of Tepito in city of Mexico and San Juan de Dios in Guadalajara are examples of the “kind of markets that underlie the smuggling and piracy around the world”. Read Article

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