The assets of a Taiwanese gang that lured Vietnamese women to Thailand for a commercial surrogacy business should be seized, the Anti-Money Laundering Office (Amlo) says.
Suwanee Sawaengphol, Amlo deputy chief, said yesterday the agency has asked public prosecutors to petition the Criminal Court to seize the gang's assets.
Five gang members were arrested in 2011 after authorities raided the Baby 101 Company, run by Taiwanese national Siang Lung Lor. They had set up a commercial surrogacy business in Saphan Sung.
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