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Hong Kong Customs breaks up multi-million euro laundering ring after multiple drivers intercepted on world’s longest sea crossing

By Dan Byrne for AMLi

Authorities in Hong Kong have dismantled a major laundering ring through to be responsible for moving over HK$166M (€18.1M) in dirty money.

Multiple arrests have been made and millions in cash have been seized by officers from Hong Kong’s Customs and Excise Department, in an operation running from last Thursday to Monday this week.

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