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Comoros Customs: another record of the first quarter of 2019 .

The Central Revenue Department announced the record figure of 4 billion 665 million kmf for the first quarter of 2019.

Recall: for the year 2018, the General Administration of Customs exceeded the objectives assigned by the Minister of Finance and Budget, with a rate of 104%; an amount of 21 billion 698 million, excluding single taxes on petroleum products and ordinary rice....Read more...

ComorosCustoms celebrated the International Women’s dayon 9thMarch 2019 at the Retaj Moroni Hotel.

Comoros customs had celebrated International Women's Day, for the first time and the ceremony was honored by the participation of the Director General of Customs, Mr. SOUEF KAMALIDINI....Read more...

Opening ceremony of the National Workshop on the Revised Kyoto Convention at Retaj Moroni Hotel.

This Monday, February 18th2019 was the opening ceremony of the National Workshop on the Kyoto Convention Revised at RetajMoroni. The ceremony was opened by the Director General of Customs, Mr. SOUEF KAMALIDINI in the presence of the Deputy Director General, Mr. CHEHI MOHAMED and two experts of the World Customs Organization (WCO), in this case Mr. SAMSON Bilangua, Senior Technical Officer in the Directorate of Control and Facilitation of the WCO, Ms. PAMBO BOUASSA Emilienne, Customs Representative in Senegal and expert in RKC and officials of the General Administration of Customs....Read more...

The 3rd Meeting of the Bureau of the sub-committee of the Directors General of Customs of the African Union held in Comoros (Moroni)

The General Directorate of Comorian Customs, in collaboration with the Trade Department Division of the African Union Commission, organized yesterday meeting of the Bureau of the sub-committee of the Directors General of Customs of the African Union....Read more...

International customs day 2019.

Comoros customs had celebrated the international customs day yesterday, 28th January 2019. As the 2 last years, the president of the union of Comoros and the first lady did attend the ceremony.
“Smart borders for seamless trade, travel and transport” was the theme of this year....Read more...

Departure of the first Comorian customs officers for a training of Inspectors at the National School of Customs of Madagascar.

Following a memorandum of understanding signed between the Customs Administration of Comoros and the custom of Madagascar, ten Comorian Customs officers, left this Wednesday, 9t&January, 2019 to the National School of Customs of Madagascar, for a training of Inspectors for eighteen months....Read more...




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