Hong Kong Customs seize fake goods, illicit liquor

Hong Kong Customs have seized around 8,400 suspected counterfeit goods and about 260 litres of suspected duty-not-paid liquor at the Tuen Mun River Trade Terminal Customs Cargo Examination Compound.

Through risk assessment, Customs on that day inspected a 40-foot container, declared as carrying mobile phone accessories, footwear and daily necessities and arriving in Hong Kong from Nansha, Guangdong.

After inspection, officers found the batch of suspected duty-not-paid liquor and suspected counterfeit goods, including mobile phones, mobile phone parts, earphones and watches. The total estimated market value was about HK$11m ($1.4m), with a duty potential of about HK$260,000.

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