China faking india FMCG Products

Many Indian products are getting faked by Chinese manufacturers. Especially FMCG sector giants Dabur and ITC products has been faked in china and supplied across india, africa and other part of world. Every year india is losing $5 billion because of this "faking" India's fourth largest FMCG firm Dabur India has conducted a raid in china and found that the Dabur products are getting faked, but Chinese government has not taken any action against them. These fake products are getting manufactured in china with "Made-in-India" label and exports across the world. These fake products are sold for very cheap prices; this sub standard fake product causes huge damage to the brands reputation. The consumers using the fake products may lose interest in this top brands. ITC's one of the cigarette brands is faked and supplied widely in the states like Chhattisgarh, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. Even big international brands such as Nokia, Adidas, Reebok and Nivea were also widely counterfeited in China and supplied in India and other parts of the world. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) formed a panel called "FICCI-Cascade" that expands into a committee on anti-smuggling and counterfeiting activities which is destroying indian economy. The committee is working closely with the government to control this activity. According to a report by think tank Indiaforensic Research Foundation, the total loss to the indian economy annually due to crimes such as counterfeiting, commercial fraud, smuggling, drug trafficking, bank fraud, tax evasion and graft is estimated at Rs.22,528 crore.Being a consumer we have to be very careful while buying the products. Buy products from the reputed stores only which will help us to aviod such fake products