Customs Bureau


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Cleaning up though of the Customs Bureau from its systemic corruption is like the Greek mythology of Hercules having to clean the Aegean stables.
Carpio, a lawyer and husband of Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte, was likewise dragged into the controversy for several visits to the customs bureau.
Earlier, Senator Ralph Recto, chairman of the senate finance sub-committee, said the Customs bureau should be investigated over what happened on "non instrusive" inspection equipment, which includes X-ray scanners that were purchased over the years.
The Pervez case demonstrates how US government agencies, including the Customs Bureau and ACDA, sought to monitor and disrupt Pakistan's nuclear procurement activities.
Quoting the customs bureau, Blancaflor said almost 80 percent of the smuggled fake items come from China.
In the old policy regime since the Meiji period (1868-1912), the Customs Bureau of the Ministry of Finance was the sole government agency in charge of Japan's CBS.
6 percent from October, according to the customs bureau.
5 billion, the customs bureau said on its website on Saturday.
The seized Peking ducks were taken out of the customs bureau without one of its officials knowing it," Villar said.
The San Francisco Customs Bureau initially developed and enforced Chinese Exclusion Act procedures.
The CDC reportedly wants access to the same electronic passenger lists sent to the Customs Bureau to be checked for potential terrorists, however it only wants access to lists for flights from locations known to have an outbreak of an infectious disease or flights on which a passenger has been found to be infected.
See issue 2854 for details of the agreement, which officially authorises the United States Customs Bureau to source personal data on airline passengers travelling to the United States from carriers' reservation systems.
A joint program by FDA and the Customs Bureau designed to protect the public from bioterrorist attacks via imported food is falling far short of expectations.
Cosmetics were exported to more than 70 countries in 2002, according to the State Customs Bureau of China.
Customs Bureau funding to beef up port security and also calls for national port security standards.
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