Milan, November 30 - Italian police on Wednesday made three arrests in a probe into alleged money-laundering from Milan's Chinatown to China worth some 2.7 billion euros. A person originally from Paraguay was arrested and taken to jail and a Chinese man and an Italian were placed under house arrest. Raids were carried out in the probe, which has reportedly found evidence of cash illegally sent to China via unauthorised money transfer companies and London-based companies. Illicit activities in Milan's Chinatown have increasingly been subjected to police surveillance over the last few years.
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