Smuggling ring crowd-sourced Koreans to sneak gold into Japan: police

TOKYO — Smugglers allegedly pocketed about 3.2 billion yen ($28.8 million) by selling untaxed gold brought into Japan via South Korea by couriers recruited online, marking the latest in a rash of similar cases with links to East Asia, sources close to the …
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