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Hong Kong Customs announced that they had seized 2 kg of ketamine at Hong Kong International Airport on January 14. About 2 kg of the drug was found from an air mail parcel shipped from Malaysia. Based on several recent ketamine seizure cases, there are indications that ketamine from countries in Southeast Asia is increasingly trafficked to Hong Kong, China.
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