Serbian Customs Seize Fake Clothing, Footwear
Serbian customs officials at Gradina border crossing point with Bulgaria have recently discovered and seized counterfeit clothing and footwear bearing the logos of well-known brands.
On April 18, the officials seized 1,674 pairs of sneakers and shoes bearing the marks of Adidas, Umbro and Armani, 1,936 children’s clothing items bearing the mark of Disney, and 376 belts bearing the marks of Hermes, Gucci and Diesel. The fake goods originated in Turkey and were intended for an importer from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
On April 4, the officials seized 800 children’s clothing sets bearing the fake marks of Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. The goods originated in Turkey and were intended for the Serbian market.
Prepared by: Jelena Jankovic
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Source: Serbian Customs website
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