Hong Kong authorities have made their largest ever seizure of counterfeit masks worth HK$3 million (US$387,000) that were destined for the overseas market.A 71-year-old owner of a local trading company was arrested on suspicion of violating the Trade Descriptions Ordinance – an offence that carries a maximum penalty of five years in jail and a HK$500,000 fine.The haul of about 100,000 bogus 3M-brand N95 respirators was found hidden in a warehouse in Yuen Long on Wednesday, according to the…



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