Hungarian Customs Seize Fake Perfumes Worth Over EUR 340,000
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration (NTCA) officials recently seized more than 2,800 bottles of perfumes believed to infringe numerous well-known trademarks, including Calvin Klein®, Gucci®, Hugo Boss®, Dolce & Gabbana®, Dior®, Giorgio Armani®, Chanel® and Versace®.
The goods, estimated to be worth more than EUR 340,000 (USD 385,500), were discovered during the inspection of a truck transporting goods from Romania to Italy.
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Source: Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration website
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