A Hong Kong truck driver accused of selling a tonne of gold bars for HK$340 million (US$44 million) was charged with two counts of money laundering on Thursday.The 33-year-old suspect is said to have obtained the gold from unknown sources and sold it over a four-month period in 2016.He is due to appear in Fanling Court next Tuesday to face the charges, according to a customs official.Customs officers began investigating the case in 2016 after finding HK$340 million had allegedly been…



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