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Green light for customs list

Green light for customs list

THE CABINET has approved amendments to Customs classification of goods to bring

them in line with those used by member states of Asean, of which Cambodia is the

10th and newest member.

The proposal from the Ministry of Economy and Finance was approved on August 20 ,

according to a press release.

The unified system would enable Asean to allocate exemptions and minimum tax of goods

according to the status of the country in the Asean Free Trade Area.


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