Turkish counterfeit clothing seized on Romanian border

By: Hungary Around the Clock
2006-05-16 09:55

Customs guards yesterday announced another large seizure of counterfeit clothes, this time finding Ft 250 million worth of items in a truck with a Bulgarian licence plate at Nagylak on the Romanian border.


Some 24,000 T-shirts, casual clothes, shirts and jeans with forged trademarks were found in the vehicle, bound from Turkey to Germany.


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