Ukrainian Customs Seize Soccer Balls with Euro 2012 Marks
The Ukrainian customs officials have recently seized 2,400 footballs bearing the trademark Euro 2012 registered by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) ahead of the Euro 2012, the 14th European soccer championship, which will take place in Poland and Ukraine in June and July 2012.
The balls were seized on two separate occasions. The first shipment of 1,400 balls arrived from Germany and the second shipment of 1,000 balls from Pakistan. The balls were intended for the Ukrainian market.
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Source: Intelvlas, Ukrainian IP news portal
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