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 TsangFinancial 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

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

Topic |   Crime
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 TsangFinancial 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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