Bulgarian Customs Detain Counterfeit Reebok, Adidas, Nike Clothing Labels
On March 18, 2010, the Bulgarian customs officials in the town of Lesovo in southeastern Bulgaria detained a shipment of 6,350 metal, textile and paper clothing labels bearing popular brand names, believed to be counterfeit.
The labels were discovered during a regular inspection in a car with Polish license plates, on its way from Turkey to Poland. The officials found 600 metal labels with the logos of Nike and Lacoste, 4,500 textile labels with Adidas, Puma and Reebok marks and 1,250 paper labels with Adidas, Puma and Nike marks.
For more information, please contact Milena Bogoslovova at our Bulgaria office.
Source: CROSS Online Bulgarian Network
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