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24 February 2011 :: 13:02:03 pm 50797

Fake Branded Clothes Sellers Caught

Intellectual Property Protection Laws are a set of regulations enabling individuals and companies to profit from the commercial production of their own research, invention, development and marketing. Asia has a history of copying successful foreign products and then selling them as if they were the original, usually bearing faked brand names and logos. The goods themselves are frequently recognisable by their inferior quality and the fact they are available at a fraction of the usual price.
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Pattaya, 23rd February 2011[Pattaya Daily News] At 6.00 pm Lt Col. Chaidit Panyamuensakun, head of the Intellectual Property Violations Suppression Centre at Police Region 2, together with Lt. Col. Klitsakorn Thongin, Deputy Superintendent Pattaya Police, led a team to investigate the Factory House, 2nd Road, Central Pattaya after receiving information of intellectual property violation acts.

On investigation, four suspects were found selling copied brand name clothes at the market. They are Mr. Adun Suwanpratum (36), Miss Samlee Suwankit (34), Mr. Suang Lumsri (50), and Mr. Nakhorn Wongthip (34) who were selling articles including the fake brand name clothes of Diesel, Lacrosse, Polo among others. A total 483 items valued at 100,000 baht were impounded as evidence.

On interrogation the suspects confessed that they had obtained the products from Jatujak Market in Bangkok to sell on at the Factory House Shopping Centre at a very good profit.

The suspects, together with the impounded evidence were brought to the Pattaya Police Investigation for further investigation.

Reporter : Tanasab   Photo : Tanasab   Category : Crime News

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