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Friday
Jan152010

Seafood smugglers arrested in Hong Kong

Members of a syndicate involved in smuggling high value seafood goods into Hong Kong have been arrested following an operation by Customs and Marine Police officers. Good seized included lobsters, abalone, geoducks and oysters, believed to have been imported from Australia, the US and Canada by air, reports FIS

Seafood smuggling syndicate arrested, FIS, 15 January 2010

More at: http://fis.com/fis/worldnews/worldnews.asp?monthyear=&day=15&id=35189&l=e&special=&ndb=1%20target= 

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