Chinese made-in-India fakes seized by regulators

India, with help from Nigeria, has made one of its largest scores this year of Chinese-origin "Made in India" fakes: about $220,000 of VS International's antibiotic Ciprotab. The counterfeits, which contained little or no API, traveled through Frankfurt to Nigeria, where they were seized by regulators. Article

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