VCN – An Giang Customs and Market Surveillance authorities have seized 8,600 packs of wet wipes that were made in Thailand.
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Market Surveillance Team 1 has coordinated with Tinh Bien Border Gate Customs Branch and Market Surveillance Team 2 to inspect a truck at Xuan To Industrial Park, Tinh Bien district, An Giang province, according to An Giang Market Surveillance Department.
The working team detected 8,600 packs of wet wipes, including 1,500 packs of Para Baby Wipes (green); 2,650 packs of Para Baby Wipes (blue); 3,600 packs of Para Baby Wipes (red) and 3,600 packs of Deng Rong Baby (blue and pink).
All these goods lacked invoices and documents, valued at more than VND80 million.
The working team fined driver La Van Hieu, 43, residing in Hoa An Commune, Cho Moi District and seized all these infringing goods.
By Le Thu/ Ngoc Loan