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DSI raids Bangkok Pratunam Market, seizes pirated products

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Chatuchak Weekend Market. Photo: Edwin Lee.


BANGKOK, 15 February 2013 (NNT) – The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) raided Bangkok’s Pratunam Market and found various types of pirated products being sold.

Accompanied by 10 officers, Director of the DSI’s Bureau of Intellectual Property Crime Pol Lt Col Chinnachot Daengsurisri yesterday raided a traditional Thai massage parlor in Pratunam Market, which has been known to have been selling knock-off brand name products.

Upon searching, they found ten million baht worth of counterfeit items, including bags, clothes, and watches,stored in the back room. The officers arrested employees of the parlor and charged them with patent infringement.

Read more: NNT

National News Bureau of Thailand


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