An illegal Chinese clothes factory was discovered and closed down in Vladivostok, an administrative center of Primorye, a Russian Far Eastern territory on the Sea of Japan. Apart from seizing a large batch of ready-for-sale garments bearing fake labels of popular foreign trademarks, local police detained 60 Chinese employees. 35 of them, who produced long-expired entry visas, will be deported to China. Apparently, factory owners drew enormous profit by avoiding tax and duty payments and stealing electricity from an underground power cable. Law enforcers have opened a criminal case.
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