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Qingdao customs of east China's Shandong province said Sunday that officers seized a gang that had smuggled more than 5,000 tonnes of sea food worth 230 million yuan (34.7 million USD), with some product said to be from Japan's radiation-affected Fukushima.
During an investigation earlier this year, Qingdao customs noticed the retail prices of some top seafood were obviously lower than normal prices. Then they found fish, scallops and king crabs allegedly imported from Japan, Russia and the US had been transported to Shandong from Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southwest China, making a long detour compared to the usual transport lines.
Using these clues, officers targeted a Shandong-based seafood import and export company that has several branches in China and the US. The company illegally transferred all its income to its overseas accounts and destroyed seafood orders at regular intervals.
originally posted by: Azureblue
a reply to: Profusion
That would seem to me that the Chinese are not on board with the depopulation agenda.