Japan’s finance ministry looks to stem gold smuggling

Japan has seen a surge in gold smuggling cases since the consumption tax was raised from five percent to eight percent in 2014 TOKYO (TR) – Japan’s Ministry of Finance is seeking to apply stricter penalties to smugglers of gold amid a recent surge in …
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