Long confessed he was hired to transport the commodities by a person in the capital city of Hanoi while Kiet was verified to be the importer of the above goods with the amount of VND112 million. To cover up his illegal acts, Kiet declared that the import goods were five tons of spicy and sour vermicelli from China in customs declarations.
By Gia Khanh – Translated by Uyen Phuong
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