Fake items valued at forty million baht seized in police busts

ติดตั้งโซล่าเซลล์ที่อยุ่อาศัย -tip: If a shop is promoting Louis Vuitton pillows subsequent to Doraemon pillows, they’re faux. In a collection of raids, police impounded forty million baht worth of counterfeit goods – principally bedding merchandise – from storage facilities in Pathum Thani and Rayong. The Department of Special Investigation announced the haul yesterday.
The bust was made with the help of representatives from a company that holds the copyrights on a few of the counterfeit products that had been recovered which have been utilizing the characters from the popular Doraemon anime that have turn out to be a marketing and licensing juggernaut.
A press convention that was chaired by the Justice Minister stated that the raids had been actually carried out on October 28 in Sam Yaek market in Muang district of Pathum Thani along with additional sites in Pluak Daeng and Muang districts of Rayong.
The majority of the pretend merchandise that was impounded were quilts, bedsheets, and other bedding goods, with authorities stating that over 40,000 objects, a few of which have been imported from abroad, have been recovered in whole. Police estimate the street worth at about forty million baht, about 1,000 baht per item, although they mentioned if the fake products had been sold as genuine to unsuspecting customers, they might be worth 4 times that.
The search is now for individuals related to the warehouses and the creation and sale of the counterfeit objects. They will be charged with breach of mental property a well because the possession of contraband with intent to sell.
Interestingly, copyright violations in Thailand may also be prosecuted as a form of cash laundering and tax evasion beneath DSI legislation. That signifies that the Anti-Money Laundering Office may also get entangled in investigating the faux merchandise bust.
The authorities has been working on cracking down on pretend items being bought because the violation of mental property frequent in the country has landed it in scorching water internationally as Thailand was added to the US Trade Representative’s watch list..

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