Bulgarian Customs Seize Counterfeit Apparel, Accessories
Bulgaria’s National Customs Agency has recently reported the seizure of considerable quantities of goods believed to be counterfeit.
The goods include 2,200 scarves bearing the marks of Louis Vuitton, Fendi and Gucci, 35,732 sweaters, cardigans, T-shirts, shirts and trousers bearing the marks of Tom Tailor, Tom Thompson, De Facto, Jules, Esprit, Lee Cooper, Bershka, s.Oliver, Slazenger, Bеllfield and Next Up, and 15,260 kids clothing items, including T-shirts, dresses, tights, vests and clothing sets, bearing the mark of Disney.
The goods originated in Greece, Bangladesh and Turkey and were intended for the Bulgarian and Romanian markets.
Prepared by: Bogdan Bogdanov
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Source: Bulgarian Customs
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