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The Customs Intelligence and Investigation Service (CIIS) has foiled an attempt to smuggle two luxury vehicles and a motorcycle from United States and 1,834 boxes of Korea-made cosmetics that arrived in the Port of Manila (PoM) recently.
A former Philippine National Police (PNP) officer and an old hand of the Bureau of Customs (BoC) Intelligence and Investigation Service, Rolando Sacramento, are expected to fill up two recently vacated posts at the BoC, putting a lid on speculations that there is a vacuum of leadership.Continue reading …
Manila, Philippines – The Bureau of Customs (BoC) intercepted smuggled laptop computers from China valued at P100 million at the Port of Manila (PoM) yesterday. Bureau of Customs (BoC) Commissioner Ruffy Biazon said the 3,915 high-end Asus laptops misdeclared by the consignee Orza Marketing as computer parts were discovered in two container vans and warrants […]Continue reading …
MANILA, Philippines (Tempo) – Malacañang expressed confidence yesterday that new Customs Commissioner Ruffy Biazon could thwart smuggling groups despite reports on 172 missing luxury vehicles from the Subic Bay Freeport. Presidential spokesman Edwin F. Lacierda, in a press briefing, said the government will look into the missing vehicles. “Well, I am sure it will all […]Continue reading …