Japan aims to catch gold smugglers at airports

TOKYO — Seeking to curb a growing outbreak of gold smuggling, Japan’s Ministry of Finance will install metal detector gates at the customs areas of airports with heavy international traffic, such as Narita and Haneda. Currently, travelers entering Japan …
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