More Fake Goods Detained in Estonia in January-September 2010 than in 2009

Nov 29 2010 - 10:29

In the period January-September 2010, the Estonian Tax and Customs Board officials detained a total of 245,170 units of fake goods, which greatly exceeds the total number of fake goods detained in all of year 2009 – 151,563.

According to the Internet news portal The Baltic Course, most of the goods detained were Asian-made clothes, footwear, electronics and other consumer goods.

Anne Osvet, head of PR at the Tax and Customs Board, highlighted the detention of 24,300 pairs of fake Crocs footwear in August as their biggest seizure this year.

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Source: Internet news portal The Baltic Course

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