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It is seeking additional manpower to help Greater Manchester Police tackle ‘widespread criminality’ in Cheetham Hill.The latest in a series of raids in the area saw police and trading standards seize goods worth during raids at 14 shops before Christmas.Counterfeit goods seized in Cheetham HillA million counterfeit cigarettes and 70 kilos of fake tobacco with an estimated value of over were seized in 2014.In 2013 of fake designer clothes, handbags and footwear were intercepted. Fake vodka worth was seized in 2010.But demand for fake designer goods remains high, with Louis Vuitton satchels available for Beats headphones at and Nike shirts at “It is indicative of the entrenched criminal culture of the area that the trade in counterfeit goods has continued despite regular enforcement action and high volume seizures,” said the report.It added: “Cheetham Hill occupies a focal point in the UK market for counterfeit goods. In addition to the significant retail trade occurring directly from premises in the area, there is also information suggesting that local wholesale operations supply counterfeit goods to online and in person traders across the UK.”Counterfeit goods seized in Cheetham HillCheetham Hill’s counterfeiters trade out of shops, private homes, car boots and via the internet using aliases and working through ‘closed’ social media groups.They have links to serious organised crime, drug dealing and violence, says the report.The fakers of Cheetham Hill are so ’embedded’ that agencies like the police, trading standards, the brand holders and Government departments could not ‘successfully tackle the problem’ on their own.Nationally some 1.6m fake items were intercepted at border crossings in 2014/15, according to the report.Counterfeit goods seized in Cheetham HillSome 75,000 of the fakes bore the logo of one un named brand holder, it said.
If the government decides to distribute some new dollars to the poor (how or why isn’t important), more people now have the means to buy bread, and demand goes up to 120 loaves/day. The bakery easily adjusts to the increased demand, buying more supplies and working a bit faster. Since there is no shortage of any ingredients needed to produce bread, the per loaf price remains the same.