Hungarian Officials Detain Fake Electronics and Accessories
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration (NTCA) officials recently detained nearly 300 loudspeakers and more than 4,300 bags and hats believed to infringe several trademarks, including Jeep® and Lacoste®.
The goods were detained during the inspection of two trucks, on two separate occasions, on the M5 motorway in southern Hungary, and are estimated to be worth approximately EUR 100,000 (USD 120,000).
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Source: Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration website
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