Serbian Customs Seize Counterfeit Watches, Cell Phones
On April 26, 2010, the customs officials at the airport Nikola Tesla in Serbia’s capital Belgrade discovered counterfeit watches and cell phones bearing well-known brand names worth EUR 2,483 (USD 3198).
The X-ray examination of luggage arriving from Moscow via Hong Kong revealed counterfeit watches bearing Breitling, Ferrari, Hublot, Emporio Armani and Grand Carrera marks as well as counterfeit mobile phones bearing the marks of Vertu Ferrari, Vertu Lamborghini and Nokia.
For more information, please contact Jelena Jankovic at our Balkan Regional Office.
Source: Serbian Customs
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