Monday 20 March 1995 | 00:00 CET | News
Sega Enterprises has seen Chinese authorities seize counterfeit copies of the company's video games from two manufacturers and five retailers in China. The move represents the first time that the Chinese Administration for Industry & Commerce has taken part in raids to crack down on piracy. The value of the goods seized is not yet known, although the haul included pirated versions of Sega's Genesis and Mega Drive consoles and software.

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