Hong Kong customs makes largest-ever smuggling bust, with haul of shark fin, luxury goods valued at HK$210 million

Nearly 10 tonnes of shark fin were seized as part of a record HK$210 million haul of luxury goods and endangered wildlife products destined for mainland China, customs officials said on Thursday.The 9.7 tonnes of fins, valued at HK$110 million on their own, were removed from some 15,000 animals, including endangered thresher sharks. The haul was the biggest ever seizure of shark fins by value, according to Senior Superintendent Mark Woo Wai-kwan, of customs’ syndicate crimes investigation…

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