Goldman Sachs Offices, Shenzhen, China: REAL and FAKE (video)

The REAL Goldman Sachs Office Location in Shenzhen, CHINA: 
Beijing Gao Hua Securities Company Limited
1 Zhong Xin Si Road
Suites 1602-1603A, 16th floor Kerry Plaza, Tower One
Futian District
Shenzhen, Guangdong Province 518048
People's Republic of China

UPDATE: The REAL Goldman Sachs domain name: goldmansachs.com
Sorry ICANN, it's NOT dotGOLDMANSACHS OR a goldmansachs.xyz #FAKE 

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The "FAKE" Goldman Sachs in Shenzhen:

Video above: Shenzhen Firm Calls Itself 'Goldman Sachs' -- China may have a reputation for knock-offs, everything from bags and watches to smartphones, but what about cloning a famous global lender? Bloomberg's Shai Oster reports on "Trending Business" on August 27, 2015.

"Enforcement of intellectual property laws in China is lax and counterfeiting of brands and products is rife. Several foreign firms have been embroiled in court cases over imitators. Basketball star Michael Jordan in July lost a case against a Chinese sportswear company that used the Chinese version of his name." --The Guardian

This is why ICANN's new gTLDs (new generic top-level domain names) are a cybersquatter's and cybercriminal's dream come true--and who is profiting besides the cybersquatter or cybercriminal?--ICANN, the new gTLD registry operators, and the new gTLD registrars! Talk about e-friction--read this piece of ICANN hypocrisy--ICANN and its new gTLDs are a source of tremendous global e-friction or "impediments, costs and losses incurred by internet users and businesses" due to ICANN's expansion of gTLDs from just 22 to now more more than 700, including increased costs and losses incurred in "defensive domain name registrations" and trademark infringement.

Heard of China’s Fake Rolexes? Now There’s a Fake Goldman Sachs - Bloomberg Business: "The Shenzhen Goldman Sachs’s website was inaccessible as of Wednesday, though it could be viewed in screen grabs captured by the union.“There have been quite a few cases where Chinese individuals or organizations have registered in China the trademark of an existing and established overseas brand,” Paul Haswell, a Hong Kong-based partner at law firm Pinsent Masons, said in an e-mail.“It’s notoriously difficult for an overseas claimant to persuade the Chinese courts that there has been trademark infringement,” said Haswell. “There’s still a practice of whoever registers first wins.”"


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