Anti-counterfeiting label developed in Hungary for HUF 1 bln
Hungarian Vasbeta reportedly spent HUF 1 bln to develop a high security anti-counterfeiting label that can be applied to all types of goods, managing director György Barta said in Miskolc, northeastern Hungary.
The project was supported with a HUF 635 mln European Union grant. The microscopic labels are tamper-proof, individually unique and cannot be removed without visible signs of damage.
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