Hungarian Officials Seize EUR 135,000 Worth of Fake Toys
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration officials recently seized around 40,000 toys believed to be counterfeit.
The toys were discovered in a container at the train station in Kelebia, a village in southern Hungary on the border with Serbia. The toys, which included water guns, building blocks, playing cards, and plastic and plush toys, are estimated to be worth approximately EUR 135,000 (USD 161,000).
Prepared by: Tatjana Krivszka and Szilvia Pongrácz
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Source: Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration
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