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Asia's crime bosses expanding footprint in Indochina

(Clockwise from left) Tse Chi Lop, Vixay Keosavang, Wan Kuok Koi and Zhou We. PHOTOS: REUTERS, JULIAN RADEMEYER/KILLING FOR PROFIT, AFP
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WASHINGTON - On Jan 22, a 10-year watch for Chinese-born Canadian national Tse Chi Lop ended with his arrest at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, after he landed from Taiwan en route to Canada.

Why Tse, the boss of "The Company", left Taiwan is a matter of much speculation. But he is now in jail as the Netherlands processes a request to extradite him to Australia.

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