In February this year, Barbados concluded its first criminal trial for the sale of counterfeit goods, with the Crown obtaining a guilty verdict in the Magistrate’s Court. The matter carried even more local interest as the counterfeit goods were related to a line of products marketed as 'Fenty PUMA by Rihanna'. The line of shoes, clothing and accessories is a result of the collaboration between entertainer Rihanna, arguably the most famous Barbadian, and German shoe and athletic apparel maker PUMA.

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