Sweden is an advanced, knowledge-based economy that produces highly valued products
and services that benefit significantly from intellectual property. Sweden has an open
economy, actively participating in global value chains. While these are features of a
modern, dynamic economy, they also make Sweden vulnerable to the global risks of
counterfeiting and piracy.
Illicit trade in counterfeit goods is a vital threat to Swedish industry, government and
society. To provide policy makers with solid empirical evidence for taking action against
this risk, this OECD report measures the direct economic effects of counterfeiting on
consumers, retail and manufacturing industries, and government. It assesses both the
impact of imports of fake products to Sweden and the impact of the global trade in fake
products on Swedish intellectual property rights holders.

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