A gang boss who monopolised Chongqing's pork industry was handed a 100 million yuan (HK$113 million) fine yesterday. Wang Tianlun, found guilty of organised crime, intentional injury and other crimes, and said to have monopolised the pork market in several districts since 1999, also received a suspended death sentence from the municipality's Fifth Intermediate Court. The fine was the largest so far in the crackdown on organised crime in the southwestern municipality. On Tuesday, Chen Zhiyi and Deng Yuping were fined 62 million yuan after being found guilty of running casinos in high-end hotels, among other crimes. Twenty-two of Wang's gang members were given sentences, ranging from one year to the death sentence with reprieve.