Beharry Automotive Limited (BAL) , the authorised distributor for Toyota parts and lubricants, says that an abundance of imitation Toyota parts and lubricants have entered the market with the Toyota logo and trademark.
In a notice in today’s Sunday Stabroek, BAL said the fakes were exposed after testing.
BAL said that it and Toyota are gathering evidence about the imitation products and are planning to take “stringent action” against all parties involved in importing and wholesaling the counterfeit products.
It said that it should be contacted for information on retailers selling genuine Toyota products.
An outgoing passenger at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Timehri was last night caught attempting to smuggle just over 60 ounces of raw gold which was concealed in her suitcase, acting Police Commission David Ramnarine has confirmed.
President David Granger yesterday called on the international community to ensure that Venezuela is not allowed to thwart the processes of judicial settlement of a long-running border controversy with Guyana.
The $550 million Doppler Weather Radar Monitoring Station, which was commissioned in 2009 with the intention of giving citizens ample warning of severe weather conditions, has been down for two weeks and the Hydrometeorologi-cal Service is waiting to procure a needed part from Germany so that it can be fixed, according to a source.
A Guyanese man who murdered his wife last December on a Richmond Hill, New York street, nearly decapitating her with a kitchen knife, has been sentenced to 21 years in prison, prosecutors said yesterday.
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