Romanian Customs Seize Fake Sneakers
On February 21, 2020, the Romanian customs officials at the port of Constanta in eastern Romania seized more than 1,000 pairs of sneakers believed to infringe Nike’s Air Max® trademark.
The goods, estimated to be worth approximately EUR 104,000 (USD 112,000) were discovered during the inspection of a container arriving from China.
Prepared by: Bogdan Neagoe
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Source: Romanian Customs website
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