Bosnian Customs Seize Nike, Lacoste Counterfeits
Dec 21 2010 - 14:12
On December 3, 2010, the Customs Sector of the Indirect Taxation Authority of Bosnia informed the PETOSEVIC Bosnia office that the customs authorities seized 22,000 counterfeit Nike labels and 1,128 counterfeit Lacoste perfumes.
The counterfeit goods were imported from China by a company from the city of Velika Kladuša in the northwest of Bosnia. The goods will be destroyed and criminal charges will be filed against the company’s director.
You can see the photos of the seized perfumes and labels in our gallery.
For more information, please contact Alma Vilic at our Bosnia office.
Source: Indirect Taxation Authority of Bosnia
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