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Thursday, February 21, 2002, updated at 09:02(GMT+8)

Anti-smuggling in China
"Offshore Gas Stations" Curb Oil Smuggling

Chinese customs have set up trial "offshore gas stations" to supply ocean-going fishing fleets,in an effort to curb the widespread smuggling of oil products.

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"Offshore Gas Stations" Curb Oil Smuggling
Chinese customs have set up trial "offshore gas stations" to supply ocean-going fishing fleets,in an effort to curb the widespread smuggling of oil products.

Customs Launches Large-Scale Offshore Anti-Smuggling Exercise
A large-scale offshore anti-smuggling exercise organized by Nanning Customs was launched in Beibu Bay of Beihai Sea in southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Thursday. The exercise was aimed at building up the country's anti-smuggling forces and improving their overall combat capability.

Guangzhou Unveils Anti-smuggling Achievement
Guangzhou, the provincial capital of south China's Guangdong, has been hugely successful in its unified anti-smuggling efforts from January to July.

China Announces Major Achievements in Battle Against Smuggling
China's battle against rampant smuggling activities has resulted in major achievements since 1998, a top customs official said.

Fuzhou Customs Launches Anti-Smuggling Drive
The customs authority in Fuzhou, capital of Fujian Province in east China, has launched a campaign to crack down on a resurgence in smuggling activities.

Major Ice Drug Smuggling Culprits Executed
Five major culprits of China's largest ice drug smuggling case were executed in Taishan city, Guangdong Province.

Seven Xiamen Smugglers Executed
Ratified by China's Supreme People's Court, Wang Jinting and six other people convicted of involvement in a major smuggling case were executed Friday in the east China coastal cities of Xiamen, Fuzhou and Quanzhou.

Smuggled Cigarettes Destroyed in Fuzhou
A total of 12,000 boxes (or 2.4 million pieces) of smuggled counterfeit famous-brand cigarettes seized by the local customs in Fuzhou, Fujian Province, were destroyed publicly Thursday.

Guangdong Unveils Anti-Smuggling Achievements
Guangdong Province in south China, which is adjacent to Hong Kong, disclosed that the efforts of its unified anti-smuggling drive last year helped save some 3.3 billion yuan.

Five Drug Dealers Arrested on Sino-Myanmar Border
Border guards in Lincang, southwest China's Yunnan Province, cracked two drug smuggling cases during February 12-13, confiscating 3.97 kilograms of heroin and arresting five suspects.

Beijing Customs Enhances Cracking Down Smuggling
The Beijing Municipal Customs Bureau in 2000 year seized 94 smuggling cases, with an value estimated at 84.45 million yuan (about 1.01 million U.S. dollars).

1,119 Smuggling Cases Dealt With in Shanghai
Customs officers across Shanghai, China's leading industrial and commercial center, handled 1,119 cases of smuggling and related violations last year.

State Councilor Calls for Continued Crackdown on Smuggling
State Councilor Wu Yi Saturday urged customs departments across China to continue its anti-smuggling campaign, crack down on swindling of tax rebates for exports, clamp down evasion and arbitrage of hard currencies, and safeguard the order of imports and exports.

Smuggling Crackdown Successful in East China
Customs official in Fuzhou City, capital of east China's Fujian Province, successfully cracked down on 579 smuggling cases in 2000.

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