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MEC shuts down clothing store over counterfeit trademarks

MEC shuts down clothing store over counterfeit trademarks

The company was fined and closed for three weeks in line with Article 7 of Law No 8 of 2008.

MEC shuts commercial entity for a month

MEC shuts commercial entity for a month

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) has closed down a commercial entity for a month for selling counterfeit sporting merchandise.

Company shut for selling fake fire extinguishers

Company shut for selling fake fire extinguishers

As many as 2,749 and 2,256 counterfeit fire extinguishers were seized at the company’s headquarters and warehouse, respectively.

Police seize €28mn in fake banknotes in Italy

Police seize €28mn in fake banknotes in Italy

Italian police announced on Monday the arrest of 13 suspected counterfeiters and the seizure of more than 900,000 high-quality fake banknotes with a value of more than €28mn.

Shop busted for selling counterfeit fire extinguishers

Shop busted for selling counterfeit fire extinguishers

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) has detected the sale of counterfeit fire extinguishers at a store on Salwa Road.

Indonesia seek seizure of unapproved vaccines amid fake drug scare

Indonesia seek seizure of unapproved vaccines amid fake drug scare

Indonesian lawmakers on Monday urged authorities to seize from hospitals and health clinics all vaccines made by unapproved manufacturers, after police exposed a syndicate selling fake child vaccines ...

MEC closes outlets selling counterfeit, expired tyres

MEC closes outlets selling counterfeit, expired tyres

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) has closed for one month a showroom on Salwa road and a number of its outlets in the Industrial Area ...

Garage shut over fake auto parts

Garage shut over fake auto parts

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) has closed down a garage in the Industrial Area for a month for displaying counterfeit auto spare parts of a registered international brand.

Two Malaysian visitors jailed for using fake credit cards

Two Malaysian visitors jailed for using fake credit cards

Two Malaysian visitors, a man and a woman, have been sentenced to five years in jail by a Doha Criminal Court for using counterfeit credit cards to pay for their purchases at local outlets.