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Counterfeit Mapping in Shanghai

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Maps have been selling so well in Shanghai that counterfeiters have been producing illegal copies. Legitimate maps were scanned, printed and packaged - along with a fake anti-forgery sticker - then sold for about half the price of the legitimate maps. “‘Compared with genuine ones, those counterfeits are of inferior quality and full of printing mistakes,’ said Zhao Jing of the local Cultural Protection department.”

Read the full story on the Shanghai Daily website.

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