BEIJING, July 21 (Xinhua) -- Shenzhen Bay Customs House has seized a total of 3,038 pieces of trademark infringing goods, according to a statement by the General Administration of Customs.
Relevant right holders have confirmed that the goods, including tops, trousers and trainers, infringe on the trademark rights of Nike, Adidas, Diesel and Gucci.
The goods have been held in police custody, the statement said.
In the first half of this year, China handled a total of 11,500 cases of violating trademark law.
The country has vowed to speed up the formulation and improvement of relevant standards for identifying counterfeiting, patent, trademark and copyright infringements, strengthen its campaign against IPR violations and impose heavy penalties on all types of breaches.