A smuggler tried to drive through Chinese customs in a car with 837 processors, 900 RAM bars and 10 SSDs

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Summarize this content to 100 words A smuggler tried to smuggle 837 processors, 900 PC RAM sticks and 10 SSDs through Chinese customs at the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao post.Apparently, a special automatic inspection system, which detected something “abnormal” in the car, caused additional interest of the customs officials in a specific vehicle.After discovering the anomaly, the customs officers proceeded to a manual inspection of the car, which revealed irregular seams and a change in the bottom design. As a result, they discovered a hiding place with a plastic container in the undercarriage of the car. There were carefully wrapped in separate packages PC accessories.Link to video of this incident involving the seizure of a large batch of undeclared PC components.Smugglers buy electronics in Hong Kong or the Macau Special Administrative Region with zero VAT and then try to sell them in mainland China, where the goods are subject to a 13% VAT.China’s customs regulations state that any attempt to hide and disguise goods by citizens crossing the border is considered a violation of the law. Illegal import/export of electronics without paying tax is considered smuggling.Chinese customs officials are well aware of the methods used by smugglers, who usually hide consignments of small electronics in various places on cars, bicycles, e-scooters and even on the body.In March, a smuggler tried to smuggle 84 Kingston NVMe SSDs inside the steering frame of a Yadea KS electric scooter through Chinese customs. Customs officers discovered illegal electronics during X-ray examination of an electric scooter. Chinese law enforcement officers detained contraband goods and fined the violator with undeclared goods.So far, the Chinese customs record for attempted smuggling is the arrest of a male smuggler with 160 Intel processors and 16 smartphones strapped to his body, as well as a woman who pretended to be pregnant and tried to smuggle 202 Intel processors and 9 iPhones across the border.

A smuggler tried to drive through Chinese customs in a car with 837 processors, 900 RAM bars and 10 SSDs

A smuggler tried to smuggle 837 processors, 900 PC RAM sticks and 10 SSDs through Chinese customs at the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao post.

Apparently, a special automatic inspection system, which detected something “abnormal” in the car, caused additional interest of the customs officials in a specific vehicle.

After discovering the anomaly, the customs officers proceeded to a manual inspection of the car, which revealed irregular seams and a change in the bottom design. As a result, they discovered a hiding place with a plastic container in the undercarriage of the car. There were carefully wrapped in separate packages PC accessories.

Link to video of this incident involving the seizure of a large batch of undeclared PC components.

Smugglers buy electronics in Hong Kong or the Macau Special Administrative Region with zero VAT and then try to sell them in mainland China, where the goods are subject to a 13% VAT.

China’s customs regulations state that any attempt to hide and disguise goods by citizens crossing the border is considered a violation of the law. Illegal import/export of electronics without paying tax is considered smuggling.

Chinese customs officials are well aware of the methods used by smugglers, who usually hide consignments of small electronics in various places on cars, bicycles, e-scooters and even on the body.

In March, a smuggler tried to smuggle 84 Kingston NVMe SSDs inside the steering frame of a Yadea KS electric scooter through Chinese customs. Customs officers discovered illegal electronics during X-ray examination of an electric scooter. Chinese law enforcement officers detained contraband goods and fined the violator with undeclared goods.

So far, the Chinese customs record for attempted smuggling is the arrest of a male smuggler with 160 Intel processors and 16 smartphones strapped to his body, as well as a woman who pretended to be pregnant and tried to smuggle 202 Intel processors and 9 iPhones across the border.

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