HONG KONG: Customs Seize Fake Garments Worth $3m
Fake garments worth more than $3 million have been seized by Hong Kong customs officials during raids on two boats. Officers discovered 23,000 sets of counterfeit sportswear hidden on the first vessel and more than 47,000 shorts and pants on the second. Investigators said no arrests had been made but they believed the first consignment was destined for Cameroon and the second for Singapore.
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