Bulgarian Customs Seize Record High Quantity of Fake Perfumes
On April 21, 2012, the Bulgarian customs and tax authorities discovered and seized a container with counterfeit perfumes, weighing 20 tons, at the Illientsi market in Sofia.
The documents accompanying the container, which had passed customs duties at the port of Piraeus, Greece, described its contents as shoes. Instead of shoes, the Bulgarian officials discovered a considerable amount of counterfeit perfumes bearing the logos of world-famous brands.
The work on this case continues.
Author: Preslav Penev
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Source: Bulgarian Customs
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