Hungarian Officials Detain Fake Electronic Devices
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration (NTCA) officials in Zala county in southwestern Hungary recently detained more than 13,000 electronic devices and accessories infringing several trademarks, including Apple®, Huawei®, LG® and Google®.
The detained goods, including computers, tablets, smartphones, phone cases, watches, smart watches and headsets, are estimated to be worth approximately EUR 3.6 million (USD 4.3 million).
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Source: Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration website
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