Read Ms Wood's article here.
UPDATE: My plan was to interview the people of Columbia Sportswear Company so the details could be uncovered. After Mr Richard Gould's critical comment, I am confirmed that this is a good idea. Mr Gould is working for CBI Consulting, a provider of business & competitive intelligence, investigations and brand protection in China, commented that the number of raids does not necessarily correlate with success in anti-counterfeiting. He is absolutely right (if the number of infringements increases faster than it is deterred/reduced by raids).
He assumes the 60 raids were administrative (he based his assumption on overall Anti-Counterfeiting Statististics for China in 2007. I agree again.
Mr Gould wrote: "It would be interesting if Columbia could provide more substantial proof to indicate a decline in counterfeiting of their brands. Sales figures, market survey results, punishment decisions, civil cases, etc." Thanks for the comment Richard. I hope I can ask questions about it to the legal department of Columbia Sportswear Company.