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|Thursday, January 11, 2001, updated at 09:00(GMT+8)|
Smuggling Crackdown Successful in East ChinaCustoms official in Fuzhou City, capital of east China's Fujian Province, successfully cracked down on 579 smuggling cases in 2000.
According to statistics announced January 10 by customs officials and anti-smuggling forces, the goods involved in the cases are worth over 1.11 billion yuan.
An official of the city's customs, involved in the crackdown campaign on smuggling, said Fuzhou City was got involved in the year-long anti-smuggling campaign that started from the early 2000.
Customs collected a total of 21.88 million yuan in fines and 85.37 million yuan in taxes. Police also detained or arrested 70 suspect smugglers, 14 of them were sent to serve imprisonment.
Among the smuggling cases, seven involve the illegal trafficking of foreign-made cigarettes, with a total volume of 11, 680 boxes.
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