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  • Brazil is downing counterfeit champagne
  • Brazil is downing counterfeit champagne
    Joanne Wan (2007) ©
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Brazil is downing counterfeit champagne

Imagine popping the cork on a bottle of bubbly to find that it tastes slightly off. Or finding that your new Lacoste cologne is suspiciously spelt 'Lacoast'. Unfortunately, more and more Brazilians are facing these disappointments. Can Brazil get a grip on its influx of counterfeit goods?

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