China busts chip smuggling operation from Hong Kong amid semiconductor supply crunch

Chinese customs said they have busted two recent cases of Hong Kong drivers trying to smuggle computer chips into mainland China via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, as demand for semiconductors soars amid a global shortage.Customs officers found and seized a total of 256 Intel central processing units (CPUs) taped to a driver’s chest and calves in an inspection on June 16, according to an official report.The driver was stopped and searched because he “acted abnormally and looked nervous”…

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