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October 18, 2012
Port workers show reporters some of the smuggled frozen Peking ducks seized by customs officials in Manila...
Manila, Philippines
Port workers show reporters some of the smuggled frozen Peking ducks seized by customs officials in Manila...
Port workers show reporters some of the smuggled frozen Peking ducks seized by customs officials in Manila October 18, 2012. Philippines' Bureau of Customs have foiled the smuggling of some 40 million pesos ($970,800) worth of Peking ducks and pigeons from China in two forty-footer refrigerated containers misdeclared by a local trader as frozen mackerel, according to the bureau's press statement. Customs commissioner Ruffy Biazon said on Thursday, he had ordered the seizure of the unwelcome shipments because of a long-standing ban on the import of fowl from countries with a long history of avian flu outbreaks, local media reported. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW BUSINESS ANIMALS FOOD)
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