Romanian Customs Detain EUR 250,000 Worth of Fake Goods
On May 17, 2021, the Romanian customs officials at the port of Constanta in eastern Romania detained 1,190 headphone sets, 240 graters and 36 remote control toy cars believed to infringe the Apple®, Nicer Dicer® and Monster® trademarks respectively.
The goods, estimated to be worth approximately EUR 250,000 (USD 296,000), were discovered during the inspection of a container arriving from China and were intended for a company in the capital of Bucharest.
Prepared by: Bogdan Neagoe
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Source: Romanian Customs website
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