Bulgarian Customs Seize Counterfeit Apparel
The Bulgarian customs officials at the Kapitan Andreevo checkpoint, southeastern Bulgaria, have recently seized 920 T-shirts and 70 leather belts, believed to be counterfeit.
The T-shirts bore well-known marks such as Emporio Armani, Guess, Polo Ralph Lauren and Boss, and the belts bore the G-Star mark.
The goods were found in two cars traveling from Istanbul, Turkey to Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
Prepared by: Preslav Penev
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Source: Bulgarian Customs
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