HONG KONG: Fake Sports Shoes Worth $4.6m Seized
Sports shoes with a street value of $4.6 million, all bearing forged trademarks and false labels of origin, have been intercepted by Hong Kong customs officers.
The goods entered the SAR on Saturday on board a vessel from the mainland. The shipment was intercepted and searched by officers of the Customs River Trade Division at the Tuen Mun River Trade Terminal.
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