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Foreign buyers bargin with vendors at fake-gathering Xiushui Market in Beijing, July 14, 2004. Demolition of the market has stirred up public debate. [newsphoto]

While the change indicates the country is stepping up its fight against counterfeit products, some business representatives Shanghai Daily contacted yesterday said the move is not enough to solve the problem.

"By the year's end, the country's supreme court and prosecutors will give a new judicial interpretation lowering the threshold for criminal punishment of IPR infringement," Liu Wenjie, vice director of China's General Administration of Customs, said during the Global Congress/World Customs Organization Regional Forum on Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in the city yesterday.

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