Romanian Officials Seize EUR 42,000 Worth of Counterfeit Goods
Romanian police, customs and coast guard officials at the Constanta Sud Agigea Port in southeastern Romania recently seized large quantities of goods originating in China, believed to be counterfeit.
On September 6, 2017, the officials confiscated 38,800 polypropylene packaging bags for feminine hygiene products, with an estimated market value of approximately EUR 4,200 (USD 5,000).
On September 7, 2017, the officials seized 322 air filters, 1,000 pollen filters and 600 oil filters for cars, estimated to be worth approximately EUR 38,000 (USD 44,900).
Prepared by: Cristina Vălcăuan
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Source: Romanian Police
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