Hungarian Customs Seize EUR 2,580,000 Worth of Counterfeit Dishes
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration (NTCA) officials have recently seized nearly 1,500 counterfeit dish sets bearing a well-known trademark, with an estimated value of EUR 2,580,000.
The officials discovered the fake dish sets near the village of Vamosszabadi, northwestern Hungary, while inspecting a truck with Slovakian license plates headed to a warehouse in Budapest.
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Source: Hungarian National Board Against Counterfeiting website
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