Vietnamese Authority Seizes Counterfeit Goods in Ho Chi Minh City

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Vietnamese Authority Seizes Counterfeit Goods in Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnamese authorities crack down on counterfeit goods, confiscating nearly 38,911 units of products in Ho Chi Minh City.

According to the Vietnamese media outlet Baomoi, the Market Management Agency in Ho Chi Minh City has conducted investigations into 154 cases of counterfeit branded goods trading and infringement of brand rights, resulting in the temporary seizure of nearly 38,911 units of merchandise.


The market management team has temporarily seized 294 packs of cigarettes and 1537 e-cigarettes, along with their accessories and e-liquids.


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