Over 60,000 fake auto parts seized in Dubai
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Over 60,000 fake auto parts seized in Dubai

Over 60,000 fake auto parts seized in Dubai

The Dubai government has announced the confiscation of 64,246 fake auto parts worth Dhs3m, Khaleej Times has reported. Acting on a tip-off, the fake auto parts were seized after a team of specialists from the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights Section in the Commercial Compliance & Consumer Protection (CCCP) raided a warehouse in the Dubai Investments Park. The fake parts included those of brands including Toyota, Nissan and Mitsubishi. "The recent seizure of counterfeit auto parts is our largest so far and came after intense follow-up of consumer complaints, field visits, and random inspection by our team. We identify the right means to detect counterfeit products by working with brand owners or their representatives in Dubai," said Abdulla Al Shehi, director of CCCP.

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