Japan tightens border controls against smuggled gold and drugs

TOKYO — At a Tokyo customs inspection site in late April, airfreight from China to Japan’s main international gateway, Narita Airport, is being carefully examined. Gloved officials pull wallets from packed boxes, checking each one closely, running through …
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