Hungarian Officials Detain Fake Sneakers
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration (NTCA) officials recently detained 288 pairs of sneakers believed to infringe the Adidas® and Tommy Hilfiger® trademarks while inspecting a truck on the M7 motorway in western Hungary.
The sneakers, which were discovered in a truck arriving from Croatia, were estimated to be worth approximately EUR 11,000 (USD 13,400).
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Source: Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration website
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