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ali baba the luxury brand plus others owned by caring suing the chinese e. commerce giant in new york saying that it conspired to peddle counterfeit goods on its online platforms i'm writers jane longingly in shanghai and if you type gucci into its how about one of all the ballots online markets results seem to being genuine as their price just like the luxury brands but just on the right hand side you can see ads by companies hocking some obvious knock offs like this double g. man's belt for thirty five dollars but type including , and you can find faith there are a lot closer to the real thing and they're so easy to find , ali baba spokesman says the firm works together with friends to fight face and says it's unfortunate carrying has chosen the path of waste the litigation , company vows to fight the lawsuit it's not just ali baba that has trouble with the x. and channel some markets in shanghai are widely known for selling rip offs but they're harder to go after as it's a game of whack a mole where one gets busted another pops up ali baba on the other hand is flush with cash from the record i. q. wishes more goods through its platform every year than any other company in the world , it's been working to clean up its online marketplace and the u. s. trade office removed how about from its list of notorious markets recognizing that , problem hasn't escaped local regulators here either who are calling for more to be done , keeping fakes of ali baba sites won't iraqi china's copycat market but some hope to at least prevent them from being so few keystrokes away