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BATTLING FAKES: The Salvatore Ferragamo Group is continuing its anticounterfeiting efforts, which are especially centered on China and the web. The corporate mentioned that in 2015 it intercepted and blocked 91,000 online commercials for counterfeit products. In addition, 140 domains and unlawful Web pages, primarily managed by Chinese individuals, had been recovered or canceled.“In 2015, we additional expanded the variety of e-commerce websites that we monitor,” stated Ferragamo Group chairman Ferruccio Ferragamo. “On the Chinese language market, we’ve got continued and ramped up our offline checks, concentrating on commerce fairs and resellers specifically,” he stated. Ferragamo additionally added that the corporate had additionally completed the official course of for recognition as a well-known brand in China, a key regulation enforcement instrument, which is able to help the corporate saving money and time in the counterfeit battle.Beginning with the pre-fall 2014 assortment, the corporate has been inserting microchips into blue reversible ferragamo belt the women’s shoes, guaranteeing product authenticity, as well as the chance to trace products. The brand additionally extended the use of the microchip to men’s footwear with the cruise 2015 assortment, while this has been inserted in women’s small leather items, luggage and baggage with the fall 2015 range.An additional success in Salvatore Ferragamo’s measures against fakes was the seizure and destruction of over 12,500 counterfeit products. The Chinese customs authorities confiscated greater than 12,400 pretend goods leaving the nation and seized over 34,000 counterfeit products in 2015. The estimated worth of the products exceeds $17 million. Belts accounted for 60 percent of the seized merchandise.