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Two tonnes of goods of unclear origin destroyed

Update: September, 15/2016 - 16:50
A customer buys toys for the mid-autumn festival at a market. More than two tonnes of goods and toys of unclear origin have been destroyed in Hưng Yên Province.– VNA/VNS photo
Viet Nam News

HƯNG YÊN – The Market Management Department in the northern province of Hưng Yên yesterday destroyed more than two tonnes of goods with unclear origin.

The goods included toys inciting violence, such as plastic guns and swords, which were banned from being sold in the market, and fake and unknown origin cosmetics, such as shampoo, conditioner and shower gel.

Last week, local police also seized more than 500 toys of unclear origin for the mid-autumn festival from three local shops.

Earlier, the management team stopped a car driver transporting a number of illegal imported toys.

The goods were seized because the driver did not display legal documents for the items.

The Market Management Department and the local police are stepping up inspection and controlling goods being sold in the local market to ensure safety for consumers and to protect the legitimate interests of enterprises. – VNS




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