Serbian Customs Seize Fake Apparel
Jul 25 2019 - 11:02
Serbian customs officials recently seized more than 6,000 clothing items believed to infringe numerous trademarks, including Lacoste®, Colmar®, Nike®, Adidas®, Levi’s®, Tommy Hilfiger®, Diesel®, Armani®, Dolce & Gabbana®, Replay®, Chanel®, Fendi®, Philipp Plein®, Gucci®, Dsquared2®, and Moncler®.
The goods were seized on four different occasions in late June and early July 2019 at the Gradina border crossing point with Bulgaria, on State Road 22 in southern Serbia and in the capital of Belgrade.
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Source: Serbian Customs website
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