Thailand seen as 'ketamine transit hub' - Bangkok Post
Gangs in Taiwan, China and Thailand have colluded to smuggle ketamine into Thailand for re-export to lucrative markets in Malaysia and Hong Kong, a source in the Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) has revealed.
The revelation was made after "powdered milk ketamine", a new variant of the drug, was found to have killed seven people in Bangkok this week.
The Royal Thai Police said it could not yet confirm whether the substance, which looks like powdered milk, was a combination of ketamine and sleeping pills as speculated. Results of the autopsies on the victims have yet to be released.
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