Hungarian Customs Detain Fake Apparel
The Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration officials recently detained EUR 500,000 worth of apparel infringing numerous trademarks, including Louis Vuitton®, Gucci®, Dior®, Dolce & Gabbana® and Prada®.
The goods included more than 800 tops, sweaters and pullovers, and were discovered during the inspection of a truck arriving from Bulgaria on the M5 motorway in central Hungary.
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Source: Hungarian National Tax and Customs Administration website
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