The report concludes that the links between counterfeiting, organized crime and terrorism have been clearly proven. The report further describes a number of examples of how counterfeiting is to a large extent committed by major criminal networks and directly participates in the financing of terrorist groups.
The report also point to a discrepancy between a public perception of the consequences of counterfeiting as being relatively "harmless" and the findings made in the field by right holders and operational law enforcement services.
The report also includes 10 recommendations for a more effective fight against counterfeiting.
The report is entitled "Counterfeiting and Terrorism" and is available here.