WASHINGTON — Counterfeit “Sex and the City” perfume topped the list of seizures by U.S. Customs & Border Protection, which hit $51 million in fiscal year 2011, the agency said Wednesday.
Customs officials said the perfume associated with the popular HBO movie and TV series was the most “frequently intercepted” last year. Officials also worked with the right holder to help crack down on illegal imports.
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