Money Talks: Turkey’s new law against counterfeit products

The Turkish parliament has passed a law against producing and selling counterfeit products. It includes prison terms for violators, and is expected to affect an industry worth $10 billion. The government defends the new law as a means for creating more Turkish brands, however critics argue it will lead to job losses. Money Talks interviews sellers of fake hand bags and other counterfeit products as well as Kemal Yamankaradeniz , a lawyer who specializes in patents and intellectual property. Subscribe: https:// Livestream: Facebook: https:// Twitter: Visit our website:

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