Border protection in Latin America – the future looks brighter

By Santiago R O’Conor

Despite the region’s reputation as a haven for counterfeiters, several Latin American countries are making significant strides in developing and using highly effective anti-counterfeiting tools

Consistent economic growth and political stability in Latin America are showing the world that the region is a good bet for investment. Foreign companies trying to commercialise their products in the densely populated region should be cheered by the development and deployment of several efficient anti-counterfeiting tools, in particular sophisticated software.

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