Hungarian Officials Halt Home Production of Fake Apparel
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration (NTCA) officials recently seized more than 100 apparel items as well as labels and tags infringing the Adidas®, Calvin Klein®, Emporio Armani®, Hugo Boss®, Nike®, Timberland® and Tommy Hilfiger® trademarks. The officials also seized equipment used for the production of fake goods, including screen printing and sewing machines.
The counterfeit goods were discovered during the inspection of a home in Somogy county in southwestern Hungary. The officials also discovered 2.5 kilograms of loose tobacco and 14,000 cigarettes with no excise stamps in the same household.
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Source: Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration website
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