Czech Customs Seize Counterfeit Toys
The Czech customs authorities have recently seized large quantities of counterfeit toys and other children’s goods at the Asian trade center Sapa in Prague.
On April 8, the officials seized tens of thousands of fake toys, pencil cases, pens, stickers and assorted merchandise bearing The Smurfs, Madagascar, Angry Birds, Ice Age, SpongeBob, Mickey Mouse, Star Wars, Hannah Montana and Gormiti marks.
On May 15, the authorities searched the Asian trade center attic and discovered approximately 11,000 counterfeit toys (plastic figurines, dolls, card sets), bearing the Monster High, Ice Age, Pokemon and Pet Show marks.
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Source: The Czech Customs Administration website
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