British brands such as Jaguar Range Rover and Mulberry are copied. Cheaper versions of the luxury products are sold en masse in China. Complex patent laws make it near impossible for companies to take action.
At first glance, it looks like a Range Rover. At second glance, it still looks like a Range Rover.
Even on third and fourth glances, you would be forgiven for thinking the car was indeed an example of a great British brand, manufactured in the West Midlands and costing around £40,000.
But walk around to the front, and you’d realise something was awry. For emblazoned across its bonnet are not the words ‘Range Rover’, but rather, ‘Land Wind’.
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