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Fake Doctors

 The Doctor Medical Ethics Law and Human Diversity Dr. Cecile Williams The movie the Doctor is a good example of how communication in the health field should work. The main Character is Jack McKee, who is a heart surgeon. The movie begins by showing how Jack acts towards his patients. Jack always joked around with his patients, he always liked to down play the situation and never went out of his way to make his patients feel better or help them understand what was happening...

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The Best Death Ever

Ever – Niall Griffiths By Christian Steenfeldt, 3.U Children cannot differentiate between what is fun and what is serious. In the short story “The Best Death Ever” by Niall Griffiths four boys are playing a game where they have to fake a death. The boy whoever fakes the best death wins the game. The four boys do not understand what they are doing and see the game, The Best Death Ever, as a fun game. Until one moment, when one of the boys misjudges the distance to ground and almost hang himself meanwhile...

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Part One: Reading Comprehension (15 Pts) (07 Pts) Read the Text Carefully and Do the Activities Counterfeiting Means Copying an Original Item, Especially Consumer Products, with the Intent of Deceiving or Defrauding the

telecommunication devices, household items, among others.  The ill of counterfeiting is sometimes perceived by society as a victimless crime with fakes simply constituting a cheap alternative purchase. At other times, consumers are constrained by ignorance, poverty, inability to detect counterfeit products. They simply go ahead to purchase fake products that may be rather harmful to them.  Incidentally, the case of consumers and buyers of mobile phones and their accessories is not different...

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Fe' Nix Del Sur

but develop fakes and replicas and try to pass them off as authentic pieces at a much lower price then that of Fe’Nix del Sur. With these lowered market prices Fe’nix of course struggles to be able to compete with their 100 percent pieces. Not only is the process of finding these authentic artifacts expensive but also having them authenticated tends to also be pricey for the company, which in turn causes the prices on their products to increase. The introduction of all of the fakes and replicas...

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Counterfeiting and Piracy

Counterfeiting and piracy Fakes, facts and figures Linda Haie-Fayle and Wolfgang Hübner Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry Fake goods are not cheap. In fact, they exact a heavy cost on industry, governments and the general public. There is a strong case for public action across OECD countries against counterfeiting. The question is how to make progress? Want to buy an expensive Swiss watch? Not everyone can afford a real one–a Patek Philippe timepiece can be worth many thousands...

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Internationl Bussiness

private-investigation experience to track down and bring to justice counterfeiters of his clients' wares. He had been working this particular case for almost a year now and was in Hong Kong to make sure the sting operation, intended to seize literally tons of fakes of his client company's products, went down without a hitch. Despite the dramatic expansion of the Hong Kong Police's Commercial Crime Bureau in recent years, the tracking of counterfeiters beyond street-level vendors still required months of work...

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Consumer Ethics

Consumer Ethics “If you can’t make it, just fake it,” states Gernhauser (2007, p 318). Because of the constant change of styles and trends, our society is often affected by who buys what. Instead of buying fake goods to fit into today’s society, the focus of the consumer should be buying what looks good rather than focusing on where it came from. Consuming counterfeits does not only affect the US society, but other countries as well. Behind consuming counterfeits, there is a farther depth most...

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Counterfeit in China

up production bases. However, accompanying with the increasing development of China’s manufacturing industry, more and more fake products made in China rushed into market which concerns almost all industries, the most affected industries among which are electronics, garment, handbags, cosmetics, toys, and shoes which are closely related to consumer’s daily life. Those fake products not only cause huge economic loss to the corresponding companies, but lead to serious consequences to consumers, and...

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Louis Vuitton Case Study

often the link between fake goods and transnational organized crime is overlooked in the search for knock-offs at bargain-basement prices. The battle against phony goods being smuggled into the United States is worse by the day. It’s estimated that $600 billion of our annual world trade is either counterfeit or pirated. (2009) Everything from fake handbags and jewelry to baby formula and medicine is counterfeited illegally by factories. These factories aren’t just producing fake goods but they are...

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Counterfeiting: an International Issue

by this definition, many people's lives are touched by this crime. Counterfeiting is most often associated with money however it can also be associated with other activities. Counterfeiting ranges from the dubbing of currency, to the passing off of fake clothing for designer materials, and even includes the pirating of music and movies. Although pirating movies and music is sometimes considered its own category, by definition, if they are being passed off as the real product, it is counterfeiting...

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