The U.S. International Trade Commission is investigating at least a half dozen domestic and foreign companies accused of making or distributing counterfeit pocket lighters that are exported from China into America. 

Bic Corp., a French company with a North American headquarters in Shelton, Connecticut, sparked the probe when it filed a complaint with the USITC in December, according to an announcement earlier this month from the federal agency.

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