Romanian Customs Seize EUR 696,000 Worth of Counterfeits
On June 23, 2015, the Romanian customs officials seized toys and games believed to infringe Lego and Enlighten trademarks.
The total value of the seized goods is estimated at EUR 696,000 (USD 768,000).
The seizures were made at the port of Constanta, south Romania. The goods originated in China and were intended for a Romanian company.
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Source: Romanian Customs
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