Nearly 1,500 fake bags with famous brands seized in Hanoi

Around 1,500 counterfeit bags and wallets bearing international famous brands have been detected at a shop in Hanoi.

The Hanoi Market Management Board on Wednesday inspected Ha Thu Shop in Hanoi’s outlying district of Phu Xuyen, confiscating the products branded with names such as Hermes, LV, Dior and Chanel.

  The counterfeit bags and wallets seized at Ha Thu Shop in Phu Xuyen District

 

The shop owner failed to show the product origin papers.

These items were sold at only VND30,000-40,000 (USD1.30-1.73) each.

Earlier, the shop held a Facebook live stream selling the goods to customers across the country.

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