Financial investigations group head Grace Tang (left) and syndicate crimes investigation bureau head Mark Woo (centre) speak to the press about recent crackdowns on cross-boundary frozen meat smuggling and money laundering on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Financial investigations group head Grace Tang (left) and syndicate crimes investigation bureau head Mark Woo (centre) speak to the press about recent crackdowns on cross-boundary frozen meat smuggling and money laundering on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Crime

Mainland Chinese authorities crack down on massive meat smuggling operation, just days after similar raids in Hong Kong

  • Hundreds of millions of dollars worth of meat and more than 30 boats and vehicles were seized in the operation
  • Law enforcement source says meat smuggling between city and mainland expected to diminish following customs action in Hong Kong

Financial investigations group head Grace Tang (left) and syndicate crimes investigation bureau head Mark Woo (centre) speak to the press about recent crackdowns on cross-boundary frozen meat smuggling and money laundering on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang
Financial investigations group head Grace Tang (left) and syndicate crimes investigation bureau head Mark Woo (centre) speak to the press about recent crackdowns on cross-boundary frozen meat smuggling and money laundering on Thursday. Photo: Sam Tsang
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