China breaks up gangs that smuggled $164 mln worth of cars

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BEIJING, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Chinese authorities have broken up six rings that smuggled around $164 million worth of cars into the country over the past three years, including more than 80 top-end models such as BMWs and Rolls-Royces, state media said on Thursday. Police arrested 54 gang members who had smuggled in the vehicles from the United States, Vietnam, Myanmar and Hong Kong, the official Xinhua news agency reported. The gangs had smuggled in more than ...

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