Bosnian Customs Seize Fake Watches
The authorities from the Customs Sector of the Indirect Taxation Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina have recently seized 25,507 watches and wristwatches believed to be counterfeit, the total market value of which is approximately EUR 360,000 (USD 500,000).
The fake watches bearing the marks of Adidas, Puma, Emporio Armani, Cartier, Dolce & Gabbana, Breitling, Hello Kitty and others were discovered in a container arriving from China at the customs office in Gradiska, northern Bosnia.
Prepared by: Alma Vilic
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Source: Indirect Taxation Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina
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