Hong Kong authorities will gain new legal powers in the fight against wildlife trafficking after Legco passes a bill to make it an organized crime

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Law enforcement authorities will be empowered to crack down on animal trafficking ringleaders after the Hong Kong legislature passed a bill to consider wildlife smuggling an organized crime early Wednesday. This year, it will give authorities additional powers to freeze assets of suspected wildlife trafficking syndicates and apply harsher penalties for perpetrators after their publication …