Once the mainland goods reach Hong Kong, the price is marked up by about 20 per cent before they are shipped elsewhere as re-exports. Photo: SCMP Once the mainland goods reach Hong Kong, the price is marked up by about 20 per cent before they are shipped elsewhere as re-exports. Photo: SCMP
Once the mainland goods reach Hong Kong, the price is marked up by about 20 per cent before they are shipped elsewhere as re-exports. Photo: SCMP
Jake Van Der Kamp
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‘Rate of re-export margin’ – we call it money laundering

Once the mainland goods reach Hong Kong, the price is marked up by about 20 per cent before they are shipped elsewhere as re-exports. Photo: SCMP Once the mainland goods reach Hong Kong, the price is marked up by about 20 per cent before they are shipped elsewhere as re-exports. Photo: SCMP
Once the mainland goods reach Hong Kong, the price is marked up by about 20 per cent before they are shipped elsewhere as re-exports. Photo: SCMP
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