Romanian Customs Seize EUR 77,300 Worth of Counterfeits
On June 1, 2016, Romanian customs officials seized razor blades and various shaving products believed to be counterfeit, the total value of which is estimated at approximately EUR 77,300 (USD 87,600).
The items, which bore the marks of a leading consumer goods company, were seized at the port of Constanta, south Romania. The goods originated in China and were intended for the Romanian market.
Prepared by: Rodica Gungor
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Source: Romanian Customs website
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