Fuel adulteration in Pakistan, knock-off Damien Hirst, Philippines counterfeit mega-factory and fake car parts in India.
Counterfeiting and smuggling has escalated in scope and magnitude' with illicit tobacco heading revenue losses.
Fake tobacco in Russia, a cosmetics seizure, adulterated spices and the risk of fake drugs in clinical trials.
Seizures of illicit tobacco in the EU has risen by a fifth over the past two years, suggesting the black market is growing.
The Indian government is losing around $6bn a year in revenue from illicit counterfeit trade, says FICCI.
The tobacco industry's anti-counterfeiting track and trace technology is slammed by the global tax stamp trade body.