Bosnian Customs Seize Counterfeit Adidas, Armani Labels
The authorities from the Customs Sector of the Indirect Taxation Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina have recently seized 9,000 counterfeit labels bearing the Giorgio Armani and Adidas marks.
The fake labels were discovered in a bus at the border crossing point near Bijeljina, northeastern Bosnia. The bus was traveling from Istanbul, Turkey to Tuzla, Bosnia.
The labels were found in the possession of a Serbian resident and were intended for the Bosnian market.
Criminal charges will be filed against the person who tried to smuggle these goods.
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Source: The Indirect Taxation Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina
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