sema chinese counterfeit bust

American companies doing business in China have run into widespread intellectual property theft, right down to entire factories (with signs) being duplicated. The problem shows no sign of abating; indeed, at least eight Chinese companies allegedly displayed their fakes at the SEMA auto-aftermarket show this week.

Omix-ADA, the largest independent maker of Jeep parts and accessories, recently go subpoenas against eight Chinese companies for copyright and trademark violations. Federal marshals raided two Chinese companies' booths in the convention center yesterday; six others were raided at the nearby Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (Chandzhou Jiulong Auto Lamps, Gangzhou Vcan Electronic Technology, Maxgrand Ltd., Sanmak Lighting, Shenzen Unisun Technology, and Unity 4wd Accessories.)

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