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UK-EU customs partnership ‘still on table’

A new "customs partnership" with the EU - which is fiercely opposed by some Tory Brexiteers - is still on the table, the business secretary says.  Greg Clark warned about the effect of border checks on manufacturing jobs, saying whatever replaces the customs union was of "huge importance". He added whichever option

Nigerian Customs generates N1 trillion – highest revenue ever

Nigerian Customs The Nigeria Customs Service on Thursday said it has generated N1.012 trillion revenue, the highest collection so far made by the Service. Customs Public Relations Officer, Joseph Attah, in a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja said that the revenue collection shows an increase of N241.6billion over the N770.5billion

Customs Confiscate 300 Bags Of Foreign Rice In Sokoto

The Confiscated Bags of Rice With Custom Officials The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), Sokoto state Command, says it has seized a truck containing 300 bags of foreign rice concealed within 350 bags of made in Nigeria ones. The state Comptroller, Alhaji Nasir Ahmed, disclosed this on Monday at the command’s headquarters while

Nigeria Customs Service set to restructure goods clearance, to introduce AEO

The main purpose of the AEO status is to improve security on external borders Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) programme will facilitate local stakeholders participation in global trade Lagos - The Nigeria Customs Service has announced that it will introduce the Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) programme to check the menace of smuggling, especially

Kenya adopts Integrated Customs Managment System- (iCMS)

Customs agencies, globally, are facing the emerging dilemma of balancing demands to improve trade facilitation while at the same time meeting increasing needs for compliance. They are under pressure to deliver customer-focused services, collect accurate revenues and prevent illegal trade within the constraints of limited resources. This calls for modernization of customs

Nigeria Customs impound 18 bulletproof Vehicles in Abuja

- Over 283 exotic Vehicles Impounded by the Service in the last two months Nigeria Customs Service on Tuesday said it had impounded exotic bulletproof vehicles, which were imported into the country without payment of duties. The Comptroller-General of Customs, Col. Hameed Ali (retd.), stated this while addressing journalists in Abuja on

Why importers abandon goods in Nations’s ports

Nigeria, The Major reason why importers abandoned cargoes at the nation's ports is the Misuse of Customs and Excise Management Act (CEMA Act) by terminal Operators. Operators fleece the ports after being forced to go through the rigor of dispute resolution and investigations during which the cargo is entitled to the