Macedonian Police Seize 18,000 Pairs of Counterfeit Footwear
Dec 27 2013 - 12:06
On November 16, the Macedonian police authorities discovered and seized a large quantity of counterfeit sneakers and shoes — 17,750 pairs, in a warehouse located near a border crossing point between Macedonia and Kosovo.
The fake footwear bore well-known brand names including Nike, Adidas, Armani, Converse, Cat, Timberland and Puma.
The investigation is underway; it is not yet known how the goods entered the country and for which market they were intended.
Prepared by: Olja Graorkovska
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Source: Macedonian news portal Telegraf
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