U.S. Customs agents seize fake Apple products from China
A shipment of counterfeit Apple products from China was seized in Alaska by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency.
Agents found thousands of fake Apple connector cables and chargers worth more than $600,000 on the retail market.
The equipment carried forged Apple trademark designs and logos from Underwriters Laboratories.
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