China may prohibit ‘counterfeit hunters’ – but encouraging consumers to root out fakes should not be given up
The rise of ‘counterfeit hunters’, ‘fake busters’ or ‘professional consumers’ was anticipated by some market observers before and after China reformed its consumer protection laws. Now, the Chinese government is considering a revision of the law that would prohibit the payment of fraudulent sales compensation to individuals seeking them “for commercial purposes”.
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