Duncan Freeman wrote an article for the Asian Times about some indicative statistics of the European Commission on Chinese pirated goods seized in China. The numbers are from 2004, because although the article was published this week, Freeman wrote it already in November.
Counterfeit goods seized in the EU in 2004:
103 million items (from China and other places) in one year rise of 12%, 1,000% rise since 1998.
Source of the fake goods seized in the EU:
Hong Kong 3%
In 2004 China was the source of the following goods seized in the EU:
97% of toys and games
87% of electrical equipment
59% of clothing and accessories, (including 68% of accessories such as bags and sunglasses, and 54% of watches and jewelry).
In 2004 Taiwan was the source of the following goods seized in the EU:
41% of compact discs, games, software and digital video discs seized (leading source)
Growth (plus/minus) in seizures in the EU in 2004:
Computer equipment plus 899%
Electrical equipment plus 707%
Food and drink plus 197%
Clothing and accessories plus 102%.
Watches and jewelry minus 27%
CDs, games, software and DVDs minus 43%
Beyond the obvious pirated brands seized:
289,500 toothbrushes in Belgium
470,000 razor blades in Belgium
30,000 batteries seized in Greece
60,000 light bulbs seizedin Italy.
Read article here.
For an even more specified breakdown see here. Thanks for the link Duncan.