What does ACC stand for?
ACC stands for Anti Counterfeiting Coalition
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[lxv] The basis for this trend can be found in the judicial interpretation of the third element of counterfeiting under the Lanham Act, “in connection with the sale, offering for sale or distribution of goods or services. ” [lxvi] At this time, no individual purchasers of counterfeited trademarked goods have been brought before a court in the United States. [lxvii] Instead, manufacturers and distributors have shouldered the burden of liability and criminal sanctions. [lxviii] In fact, the language of the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition.
The OECD estimates that the international trade in counterfeit and pirated goods was worth around $250 billion in 2007. The International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition (IACC), a lobby group, says the true figure is actually closer to $600 billion, because the OECD's estimate does not include online piracy or counterfeits that are sold in the same country as they are made. Counterfeit goods make up 5-7% of world trade, according to the IACC.
Our partnerships with the Pharmaceutical Security Institute (PSI), the Association of Safe Online Pharmacies (ASOP), the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition.