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Customs Clampdown on Car Marts enters second week

By TVC News Nigeria
19 October 2019   |   2:42 pm
The Nigeria Customs Service has been asked to rid the service of corrupt officers if it hopes to effectively battle vehicle smuggling and duty evasion.

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