Hong Kong crackdown on counterfeit goods

Hong Kong
Published:  05 April, 2019

Media reports say that a total of 1,300 suspected counterfeit handbags and leather products have been sized by customs officers in Hong Kong.

Counterfeit goods with an estimated market value of around HK$600,000 (US$76,435) were seized by customs investigators on April 2, who found the goods were being sold at retail shops in Stanley, a popular tourist spot on the south coast of Hong Kong. Three people are said to have been during the crackdown, carried out by the Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department.

Source: Asia Times