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In Depth (Counterfeit Products) #867563

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 02, 2007
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Bradford, Pennsylvania: Scott Wapner) The impact of counterfeit products from China on US businesses examined; details given about losses for the Zippo lighter company. [Zippo chairman George DUKE††, employee Tracy BURGESS‡- react to the financial losses and layoffs.] [US Chamber of Commerce vice president for Asia Myron BRILLIANT†- cites the cost to American businesses.] [Zippo Industries CEO Greg BOOTH†- comments on the cost of protecting their product.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) More on CNBC’s “Business Nation” noted.

Williams, Brian;
Wapner, Scott

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