Hong Kong Customs cracked the largest overland smuggling case of electronic products since 2018, arresting a 61-year-old truck driver. Customs seized 510,000 electronic products worth HK$30 million at the Man Kam To checkpoint. The truck was loaded with 30 wooden boxes, and the export declaration claimed that it was electronic display screens exported to the mainland. But customs X-ray inspections found 508,000 computer parts, including CPUs, hard drives and memory sticks, and 2,000 electronic items, including smartphones, laptops, dash cams and stylus pens. The parties face a fine of up to 15 million Hong Kong dollars and a maximum of 7 years in prison.
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