Hungarian Officials Detain Fakes during UEFA Euro 2021
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration (NTCA) officials detained counterfeit scarves, T-shirts and masks during the four European Football Championship matches Budapest hosted in June 2021. The detained goods are estimated to be worth approximately EUR 1,400 (USD 1,645).
The NTCA teamed up with the Police, the National Board Against Counterfeiting and other public authorities and brand protection representatives to secure the Puskás Arena, where the matches were held, the official fan zones and the nearby City Park.
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Sources: Hungarian Intellectual Property Office and Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration websites
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