Hungarian Customs Seize EUR 71,000 Worth of Counterfeit Sweaters
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration (NTCA) officials have recently seized 4,500 counterfeit sweaters, worth over EUR 71,000 (USD 87,000), bearing Jack Daniels, Winnie the Pooh and Superman marks.
The seizure took place following the raid at a warehouse located in the capital city of Budapest. The investigation is underway.
Prepared by: Csilla Balogh
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Source: The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration
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