Hungarian Officials Seize Fake Laundry Detergent
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration (NTCA) officials have recently seized 22,000 kilograms (4,608 bottles) of fake laundry detergent bearing the mark of a leading consumer goods company.
The officials seized the goods in the village of Alsónémedi, near Budapest, after inspecting a trailer truck with Hungarian license plates. According to the consignment note, the goods were on their way to Barcelona, Spain.
The total sales value of goods was estimated at approximately EUR 54,400 (USD 61,000).
Prepared by: Csilla Balogh
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Source: Hungarian Tax and Customs Administration
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