UAE: Crackdown On Fake Levi's Announced
A high-profile crackdown on clothing counterfeiters and retailers that sell fake Levi's jeans and garments has been announced by the US-based jeans giant's new distributor in the United Arab Emirates, Al Madani Group (AMG). Senior AMG officials on Thursday warned that individuals or firms involved in such illegal activities had until the end of March to stop producing and selling the goods.
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