Big Three automakers announce plans to stem losses resulting from illegal parts trade with the help of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Customs Dept. FBI officials say the automotive industry ranks at the top, with apparel and computers, in what could be portrayed as a global counterfeiting epidemic. The Federal Trade Commission says the impact of counterfeit activity results in lost sales of $12 billion worldwide for the auto industry, $3 billion within the U.S. Officials ...
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