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Singapore tourist spending has dipped by half a percent, despite a 7.3 per cent boost in arrivals.
Singaporean police find $1.03 million worth of Fake goods at Sim Lim Square.
The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore has rejected an Adidas lawsuit against Taiwan’s Lutong Enterprise Corp.
Credit card firm Mastercard has announced a partnership with the Singapore Police to implement the world’s first device to detect card fraud.
Companies have been recruiting “tens of thousands” of people to post fake reviews online, boosting sales on e-commerce websites.
Seven complaints have been received by the Consumers Association of Singapore (Case) about the closure of Milan Furnishings.
Chatime Malaysia (CMSB) has issued a legal letter to Loob Holding for alleged misrepresentation and defamation.
The Philippines government plans to lower the required minimum capital for foreign retail investors to $200,000.
Cartier owner Richemont North America has been fined US$334,800 for shipping jewellery to a Hong Kong company blocked by the US Treasury.
Singapore police have arrested and charged four staff of a Lucky Plaza retail store after the discovery of fake designer goods on sale.
Entrupy, a device that instantly detects fake designer bags, has been launched in New York.
Alibaba Group has called for tougher laws, stricter enforcement and stiffer penalties to crack down on purveyors of counterfeit goods in China.