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When factoring in the counterfeit market within countries, plus the value of pirated digital material, the ICC estimates counterfeit goods were worth $650 billion in 2008. What’s more, the ICC said that the cost of lost tax revenue and additional welfare spending due to counterfeit goods was $125 billion in developed countries alone. And 2.5 million jobs have been lost as a result of fake products.By 2015, ICC expects the value of counterfeit goods globally to exceed $1.7 trillion.
The project is a global investigation into offshore activities of some of the world’s richest and most powerful people and companies. The organization collaborated with more than 380 journalists in 30 languages to comb through more than 13 million leaked documents for a year. The papers also reveal offshore activities and interests for companies such as Apple and Nike, world leaders such as Queen Elizabeth II, and celebrities such as Justin Timberlake and Madonna..
Get daily updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!A TEENAGER seduced by his teacher took part in an armed raid on the home of a woman who tried to help him through the trauma, it was claimed yesterday.Barmaid Marion Bowmaker told a court she had taken Gary Ralston, now 19, into her home to shelter him after his relationship with married Bernadette Smith became public.And she was horrified to be told that he was one of two masked men who burst into her home armed with a pickaxe, a knife and a baseball bat.Marion, 49, said she, her son Ben, 19, and his girlfriend were menaced by the men and Ben recognised one of them as Ralston.Read MoreTop news stories todayShe said Ben told her: “That was Gary, wee Gary Ralston, mum. He came and lived with us.”Marion told the High Court in Stirling she had thought: “How can he do that to me, how can he repay us by coming in to rob us with weapons and terrify us?”Ralston, of Sauchenford, near Plean, Stirling, has pled not guilty to a charge of committing armed robbery while acting with another male.In court, Marion explained that “a couple of years ago”, Ralston lived with her family for three months.She said: “I took him in as a son.”Ralston’s advocate Drew McKenzie asked: “You took him in because he was subject to a sexual assault by a teacher?”Marion replied: “That’s correct.”Sex shame teacher Bernadette Smith accepts teaching career is overMcKenzie said: “He was at school and this 35 year old woman who was a teacher seduced him and she was subsequently prosecuted and suspended, and he was subject to publicity.”Marion said she had taken Ralston in “so he could have a degree of privacy” as publicity erupted about the case involving married Smith, who taught English and history at Bannockburn High School.McKenzie asked her why, if she had recognised him, she had not said to him during the raid, “I know it’s you, what are you playing at you daftie?’She replied: “Because when two people walk in with balaclavas and weapons in their hands you just think your life’s going to end.”She described the incident as “distressing and horrific” and said she “couldn’t believe what she was hearing” when Ben told her one of the raiders was Ralston.Marion added that during the raid the taller of the two men called the smaller of the two who she now believes was Ralston “Gary”.She said at one point the smaller raider swung a baseball bat and knocked out the light.She said: “I think it was intentional, because Ben had recognised him.”She agreed with the defence advocate that she hadn’t named Ralston in any of three statements she had given to police after the incident last December but insisted she had told officers who he was.She said: “I obviously said his name (to police) but it wasn’t put down in a statement.”Ben Bowmaker said he was in his bedroom at home in Cowie, Stirlingshire, with his girlfriend watching TV on the night of December 11 when something like a stone hit his window. His mother went downstairs and then he heard her “screaming”.Ben, a supermarket worker, said he jumped up but only got as far as his bedroom door when he saw someone coming up the stairs with a balaclava on..