More than 200 bottles of French wine – each one worth more than HK$20,000 (US$2,578) in mainland China – were among the more than HK$10 million worth of goods seized on Hong Kong’s Lantau Island in the latest crackdown on cross-border smuggling.A senior customs official on Saturday said the Shenzhen-bound haul also included more than 580 Cuban cigars, each one worth as much as HK$1,500 on the mainland market, and some HK$8 million worth of bird’s nest.“Initial investigation shows the three…



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