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Customs seize 26,000 pairs of counterfeit jeans

Customs Officials within the Intellectual Property Section intercepted a container carrying 26,688 pairs of “branded and labelled” jeans which turned out to be counterfeit.

The Customs Department issued a statement to the effect that local legal representatives of the right holder had confirmed that the good were counterfeit and the consignment illegal.

The company is expected to file a civil action in the First Hall of the Civil Court against the contravening company.

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