Industry fights back against booming illegal trade

By Alan Osborn | 19 April 2001

Criminal activities in the drinks trade are rising alarmingly with counterfeiting, fraud and substitution on the up. Alan Osborn reports on global efforts to fight the growing illegal market.

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Criminal activities in the drinks trade are rising alarmingly with counterfeiting, fraud and substitution on the up. Alan Osborn reports on global efforts to fight the growing illegal market.

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