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Consumer rights pros battle on (3)

By Zhou Wenting  (China Daily)

08:50, March 15, 2012

But Xu Dajiang, who is famous in Guangzhou for his fight against fake products, said he is working in support of the official market watchdogs.

"I want to help more consumers to be aware of their rights and protect their interests, and to help suppress the manufacture and selling of fake goods," said Xu, who set up a website on consumer rights protection four years ago.

Some lawyers say the actions of "professionals" should be encouraged as an important non-governmental force to deter counterfeiters.

"If the 'professionals' are forced out, people involved in counterfeiting will be more productive," said Yi Shenghua, a Beijing lawyer from Yingke Law Firm.

"It's reasonable to earn their living in this way, because they have to spend a lot of time and effort on investigation and evidence collection, and they have to be prepared to risk losing lawsuits."


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