Bulgarian Police Seize Counterfeit Luxury Goods
Oct 20 2010 - 15:20
During their recent inspection of a large wholesale outlet in the capital city of Sofia, the Bulgarian police officials, in cooperation with the Bulgarian Patent Office (BPO), seized a considerable number of counterfeit luxury goods.
The officials seized more than 1,000 clothing articles, shoes and accessories bearing the marks Miss Sixty, G-Star, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Diesel, Ferre, Dior, Prada, Adidas, Chanel, Cavalli and Cerruti, worth approximately EUR 102,258 (USD 144,000).
For more information, please contact Milena Bogoslovova at our Bulgaria office.
Source: Bulgaria Interior Ministry
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