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Media Reports
  • April 10th, 2006 Media Report #1

    IMPORT, EXPORTS UP AT APAPA PORT DESPITE BAN.
    Volume of imports and exports through the Apapa Port between January and March this year rose slightly by about seven per cent despite the ban imposed on the shipping of some items into and out of the country last year. Statistics collated at the port s
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  • April 10th, 2006 Media Report #2

    IMPORT PROHIBITION REDUCE CUSTOMS REVENUE.
    The fiscal policies of the government in which importation of hundreds of trade goods was banned this year have begun to take their toll on the revenue generation of the Nigeria Customs Service. But indications are that the Service may not meet its overall
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  • April 10th, 2006 Media Report #3

    CUSTOMS IMPOUNDS 422 SMUGGLED VEHICLES.
    The Nigeria Customs Service, recorded seizures totaling 745 smuggled goods, including 422 used vehicles, between January and April 2005. During the four-month period, the government agency also impounded 323 other goods, which comprised packages of textiles s
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  • April 10th, 2006 Media Report #4

    SHIP OWNERS REJECT CUSTOMS DUTY.
    The Nigeria Customs Service has been accused of sabotage in the implementation of the inland and Coastal Shipping Act, also called cabotage law, following its demands for 40 per cent duty payment on imported cabotage vessels. Speaking with our correspondent in an ex
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  • April 10th, 2006 Media Report #5

    CUSTOMS REPORT ALLEGES DUTY EVASION BY AIICO INSURANCE.
    A conference report from the 2004 Comptroller-Generalís Annual Conference which held December in Calabar, capital of Cross River State has alleged that AIICO Insurance refused to honour its obligation under Manufacture-In-Bond Scheme (MIBS) gu
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  • April 10th, 2006 Media Report #6

    CUSTOMS RAKES IN =N=1.136 BILLION REVENUE IN MAY.
    The relative peace being experienced in Warri and environ has started yielding good results, as the Nigerian Customs Service, Delta/Edo Command collected the sum of N1.136 billion as revenue in My 2005. BUSSINESSDAY learnt that of the amount N836.5
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  • April 10th, 2006 Media Report #7

    BAN ON IMPORTS: IMPACT ON MANUFACTURING SECTOR.
    In January last year, President Olusegun Obasanjo placed 41 items in the import prohibition list. A year and six months after the exercise, our industry correspondent, Johnmark Ukoko takes a look at what has been achieved so far. In January 2004, Pres
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  • April 10th, 2006 Media Report #8

    CUSTOMS DESTROYS =N=.35M TURKEY.
    The Oyo and Osun States Area Command of the Nigeria Customs Service on Monday evening destroyed and buried imported turkey and chicken worth more than N350,000 seized from smugglers recently. The Area Commander, Mr., Madu Mohammed, said that the turkey and chicken t
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  • April 13th, 2012 CGC GETS FRESH MANDATE AS WCO REGIONAL VICE-CHAIR

    COMPTROLLER-GENERAL OF CUSTOMS GETS FRESH MANDATE AS WCO REGIONAL VICE-CHAIR

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