Hong Kong aims at smugglers in bid to stop run on baby formula milk

Baby milk formula are displayed inside a pharmacy in Hong KongHONG KONG (Reuters) – Hong Kong introduced measures on Friday to tackle a shortage of baby milk formula as food-safety-conscious mainland Chinese people flock to the city to stock up on supplies ahead of a Lunar New Year holiday. The Hong Kong government cut the luggage allowance on trains that connect the city to the mainland to 23 kg (50 lb) from 32 kg (70 lb) and limited the number of cans of milk powder a person can take back into the mainland to two per visit. …



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