Macedonian Customs Destroy Adidas, D&G, Louis Vuitton Counterfeits
On May 14 and June 1, 2011, the Macedonian Customs Administration destroyed a significant quantity of counterfeit goods, originating in Turkey and China and intended for the EU and Kosovo markets.
The fake goods included:
- 24,455 shirts, jeans, Bermuda shorts and tracksuits bearing the marks of Adidas, Replay, D&G, Levi’s, Diesel, G-Star, Versace and Louis Vuitton;
- 3,424 pairs of shoes bearing the marks of Adidas and D&G;
- 324 pairs of sneakers bearing the mark of Puma; and
- 562 pairs of sneakers bearing the mark of Adidas.
The goods were destroyed at the Drisla landfill in the capital of Skopje, in the presence of the brands’ legal representatives and the media.
For more information, please contact Aleksandra Pavlovic at our Macedonia office.
Source: Macedonian Customs
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