China uncovers magnesia smuggling ring

By Albert Li
Published: Monday, 20 February 2017

Up to 15,000 tonnes magnesia was indicated as having been smuggled over two years. Separately, Liaoning province continues with its environmental efforts to regulate local magnesia companies.

Customs officials at Huangpu Port in southern China announced the discovery of a magnesia smuggling case involving some 15,000 tonnes of material.

It is alleged that the material was smuggled through Huangpu port and Nansha port in Guangzhou, and Shanghai port, between June 2014 and October 2016.

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