Trade officials this year also include marketplace in Canada as sites believed to facilitate the sale of pirated goods

The Trump administration targeted markets in Russia, China and other countries—including a Chinese mall in Canada—for allegedly turning a blind eye to the sale of counterfeit goods and other intellectual-property violations.

The “notorious markets” list, published Friday by the U.S. Trade Representative’s office, names online or physical marketplaces believed to facilitate the sale of pirated goods. The latest version again blames Russian social-media network VKontakte.com for allegedly allowing the exchange of Hollywood movies,...

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